Don't Risk Losing Your License After A DUI/DWI

If you are arrested for DUI/DWI or certain other criminal offenses, your driver's license will likely be suspended by either the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) or as a judicial suspension through the courts.

When you contact me, John A. March, Attorney at Law, I will take immediate action to protect your driving privileges while also building a defense in your criminal case. Having represented clients in Richmond for more than 17 years, I have firsthand knowledge of the local legal system. This experience and insight helps me better protect your ability to stay behind the wheel.

DMV License Suspension Hearings

In addition to DUI/DWI, your driver's license may be suspended for any number of other citations and offenses, including:

  • Committing a drug offense
  • Attempting to flee the police
  • Driving without a valid driver's license
  • Reckless or aggressive driving
  • Failure to pay fines and court costs within the set deadlines
  • Involuntary or voluntary manslaughter while driving a vehicle
  • Driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol
  • Driving under the influence and injuring or killing a person
  • Refusing to take a blood/breath test when charged with a DUI/DWI
  • Operating a vehicle after your license has been suspended or revoked for DUI/DWI

If your license has been suspended, you want to do whatever you can to get back on the road. As your attorney, I can represent you before the DMV's administrative committees and advocate for your interests during hearings.

A suspended or revoked license is more than just an inconvenience. If you have a professional driver's license (CDL), work for the government or simply need to be able to drive to pick up your kids from school, losing your license will affect all aspects of your personal and professional life.

Turn To An Experienced Lawyer When You Need To Stay On The Road

To contact me, John A. March, call 804-554-3729 or send me an email. From my office in Richmond, I work with clients throughout the region and across Virginia.