DWI Hearing Attorney
A DWI arrest starts two legal proceedings: a criminal charge and an administrative process that could lead to the suspension of your driver’s license. While these proceed separately, they are related. It is important to have skilled and experienced legal representation in both phases of your DWI case.
Travis Noble, P.C., provides aggressive representation for people accused of DWI in Missouri. We seek to overcome criminal DWI charges and to prevent license suspensions. Our firm has extensive experience in all types of DWI cases, including success in breath test refusal cases. Travis Noble, P.C., will fight for your rights and freedom.
Call us today at 314-450-7849 for a free consultation.
The DWI Administrative Hearing Process
After a DWI arrest, you have 15 days to request a hearing with the Missouri Department of Revenue (DOR). Get legal help today.
Upon your arrest, the officer will have given you a notice of suspension/revocation. This allows you to drive for a period of 15 days unless you request a hearing with the DOR. If this hearing is granted, you can continue to drive until a decision is mailed to you. Thus, it is in your interests to request a hearing.
Travis Noble will aggressively represent you in the DOR administrative hearing. Mr. Noble can use the DOR hearing for several purposes:
- Preventing the suspension of your driver’s license
- Uncovering facts that could be of use in your criminal case
- Identifying inconsistencies between the statements made by the police officer in the DOR hearing and what he or she wrote in the police report
- Identifying police statements at odds with what appears in police videos or other evidence
Though it sounds odd, it is possible to win a DWI case and still lose your driver’s license. You can also be convicted of DWI while keeping your license. At Travis Noble, P.C., our goal will be to win in both venues.