New Mexico MVD Hearings
You have 10 days after your DWI/DUI arrest to submit a written request for an MVD Revocation Hearing. The hearing is a proceeding to decide whether your license should be suspended or revoked. The points you can argue are limited and include subjects such as whether the officer had reasonable grounds to pull you over and whether tests were administered properly.
Without an MVD hearing, your driver’s license will be revoked automatically.
Call the Law Office of Mark Keller at (505) 842-1440 or schedule a complementary consultation here!
Without a MVD Revocation Hearing after a DWI/DUI arrest in New Mexico, you stand to lose your driver’s license. At the Mark Keller Law Office, we are here to fight to protect your driving privileges.
Experienced NM MVD Hearing Representation
At the Law Office of Mark Keller, we are a New Mexico legal team committed to the defense of our clients. When you contact our lawyers about your drunk driving arrest, we’ll move quickly to help you submit your request for an MVD Revocation Hearing and fight zealously on your behalf at your hearing.
We understand that getting arrested and facing the loss of your driving privileges can be a confusing and stressful experience. We’re here to provide guidance and aggressive representation at every step.
Aggressive Representation from an Experienced Lawyer after a DWI/DUI in Albuquerque
If you’ve been arrested for DWI/DUI in Albuquerque, NM, you only have a short time to protect your driving privileges. It’s extremely important to contact the DWI/DUI lawyers at the Law Office of Mark Keller immediately. As your criminal defense lawyers, we will fight for the best outcome possible for your case. We offer same-day appointments with one of our experienced criminal defense lawyers when you call for a free consultation. Contact us today!