Without An Attorney, You Risk Losing Your License

The consequences that follow a DUI arrest and charge can be severe. Not only will you face the threat of a large fine and lengthy incarceration, but you are also at risk of license suspension. Any limitations you may face from the loss of your driving privileges could pose a risk to your job, the needs of your family and your overall quality of life.

At Shults Law Office, we want to help you take control of the situation. With the assistance of attorney Michael Shults and our dedicated staff, it may be possible to get your suspended license reinstated.

Call 865-280-1084 to schedule your free initial consultation with us at our Sevierville office to see how we can help you move forward today.

When Can They Suspend Or Revoke My Driving Privileges?

There are many situations in which you could lose your privilege to drive, but in general, you may receive a suspension or revocation for the following DUI-related reasons:

  • Refusal to take a Breathalyzer — The act of refusing a breath test will merit a suspension or revocation.
  • DUI/DWI conviction — Depending on the level of the offense, you could lose control of the driver's seat for one to eight years.
  • Vehicular homicide — Drunk driving that causes fatality is a Class B felony in which your license can be revoked for three to 10 years.
  • Underage drinking and driving — Those who are underage are subject to different rules and consequences.

Hesitating Could Jeopardize Your Chances

To protect your driving privileges, you cannot hesitate. Reach out to us immediately for our legal assistance and counsel once arrested or charged. When you are face to face with a possible DUI conviction, you need a strong lawyer and defense team that is ready to go to trial if the circumstances call for it.

Rest assured that our attorney understands the ins and outs of Tennessee's drunk driving laws, even if you don't. Whether you are a longtime resident or an out-of-town visitor who got caught up with the law, we know what to do to protect your best interest. Call 865-280-1084 to schedule a free consultation with us today.

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