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Waukesha County Driver's License Reinstatement Lawyers

Oconomowoc Driver's License Reinstatement Attorneys

Attorneys in New Berlin for Those Facing a Suspension or Revocation of Driving Privileges

At the Waukesha firm of Wolff & Sonderhouse, LLP, our attorneys offer trusted counsel and top-quality representation to clients facing the possibility of losing their driving privileges. We also help those who have already had their licenses suspended or revoked for any reason.

Our lawyers understand how important it is for you to keep your driving privileges and to get your license back as quickly as possible after a suspension or revocation. We know that your livelihood and your family's well-being may depend on your ability to drive legally. With this in mind, we will do everything we can to help you get back on the road again without unnecessary delays.

License Suspension and Revocation in Wisconsin

Under the law in Wisconsin, your driving privileges could be suspended or revoked for many different reasons. For example, a suspension is likely if you accumulate 12 or more "points" on your license in a 12-month period. The length of the suspension will depend on the specific traffic violations for which points were put on your license. Your license could also be revoked for refusing a breath or blood test for blood alcohol content (BAC) following an arrest on charges of operating a vehicle while intoxicated (OWI). An OWI conviction will also lead to the revocation of your driving privileges. The specifics of the revocation for OWI-related situations will depend on your personal history and the severity of the charges for which you were convicted.

Suspension and Revocation Hearings

If you have received notice that your driving privileges are about to be revoked or suspended, you may have 10 days to file a request for a hearing. The hearing will take place in an administrative setting where you may have the opportunity to challenge the pending suspension. At Wolff & Sonderhouse, LLP, our attorneys are prepared to advocate on your behalf during your hearing so that you can avoid a suspension and remain on the road legally.

In some situations, it might not be possible to avoid a suspension or revocation entirely, but we may be able to lessen the impact on your life. Depending on the circumstances of your situation, you could qualify for an occupational license that allows you limited driving privileges during your suspension or revocation so that you can drive to work or school. You might be required to have an ignition interlock device installed at your own expense in order to be eligible for an occupational license.

Getting Your License Back

Once the prescribed period of revocation is over, our attorneys will work with you to get your license reinstated. We will also help you make sure that you have satisfied the requirements set by the court and paid all the necessary fees. Getting your license reinstated may require you to attend an alcohol education program or a safe driving course, and you may need to retake the Wisconsin driver's examinations. Depending on the circumstances of your revocation, an ignition interlock device might be required as well.

At Wolff & Sonderhouse, LLP, we know that getting back on the road after a license suspension or revocation can be an expensive and time-consuming process, but it is one that you need to go through to get things back to normal. We will do everything we can to help you begin the next chapter of your life as quickly as possible.

Call 262-232-6699 Today

If you are facing a possible license suspension or you need help getting your license reinstated, contact our office for guidance. Call 262-232-6699 for a free consultation and case review with a skilled license reinstatement lawyer today. Our firm serves clients in Waukesha County, Milwaukee County, and the rest of southeastern Wisconsin.

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