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When trying to get my license reinstated after a DUI conviction, how do I prove that I am not a risk to the public safety?

Posted by John Callahan | Mar 09, 2015 | 0 Comments

I have represented hundreds if not thousands of clients on DUI related charges over the past 17 years. One question I have been asked by clients is what they should do after they have been convicted of a DUI and lose their license. First, the person will have to prove at a hearing that they are not a risk to public safety. But how do you prove that you are not a risk to public safety?
 During a driver's license hearing, the Secretary of State's office considers several factors, if the person has been convicted of a DUI, in determining if he or she is a risk. 
 For instance, the State will consider the alcohol/drug evaluation and treatment documentation as well as your testimony. The evaluation and your testimony will address issues such as the facts and circumstances of your DUI arrest, including why you were stopped, how much you drank, your perception as to whether you were intoxicated, the results of any alcohol/drug breath, blood or urine test, your alcohol/drug use history, the reasons why you would typically drink or use drugs in the past and whether your treatment adequately addressed any underlying reasons for alcohol and/or drug abuse.
 For more information on how to have your license reinstated, contact our office to speak with an attorney experienced in license reinstatement.
 – Posted by license reinstatement lawyer John W. Callahan

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