Driver's License Restoration Attorney
Columbia, South Carolina DUI Lawyer: Fighting to Restore Your License
Very few individuals are aware that they have the ability to preserve their
right to drive by regaining their license after a suspension. After having
lost a license due to being charged with a DUI, there are steps that you
can take to reinstate your license. A lawyer from The Laubshire Law Firm,
LLC can help you obtain a hearing that is distinct from the criminal hearing
to challenge the suspension. This is a civil hearing that the firm can
help you handle. It is important to take every step of this process very
seriously. By hiring an experienced
Columbia DUI lawyer from The Laubshire Law Firm, LLC, the firm can walk you through the process
of obtaining an attorney who has strength and determination.
There are specific requirements that must be followed based on the number of
DUI offenses that have been performed. The number of offenses is determined by the
times that the individual has violated driving under the influence laws
and has been charged within the past ten years. When it comes to driving
under the influence of drugs or alcohol, each offense will require a specific
- First offense: six months
- Second offense: nine months
- Third offense: twelve months
- Felony DUI: three years
For those who have obtained four or more offenses, the license will be
entirely revoked. If you are caught driving with a suspended license,
you can be arrested and charged with serious felonies and receive five
years' imprisonment. The Laubshire Law Firm, LLC can help you get
your license reinstated through a civil hearing.
It is important to understand that having your license reinstated can be
costly and time-consuming. A typical suspension can cost $100 in reinstatement
fees. South Carolina requires every DUI offender to get SR-22 insurance,
which must be kept for 36 months. You will also have to complete the
Alcohol and Drug Safety Awareness Program prior to applying for license reinstatement.
You may be able to get a provisional license for the time between having
your license suspended and reinstated. If you have had your license suspended
for a first DUI offense, then you may be able to get a provisional license
for the time being. This can allow you to drive to important places and
back home with no detours, such as to work, school, doctor appointments,
treatment locations, and other essential destinations. It may seem like
a daunting task to get your license reinstated, but this is not the case.
With the assistance of an able and experienced lawyer from the firm, you
can get your life and license back.
Contact our Columbia office today! The firm also has a second office location in Charleston.