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License Suspension After DUI in Connecticut

Even if you are found not guilty in a criminal case for drunk driving, the Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) can suspend your license and assess points that count against your driving record. To protect your rights and interests in both arenas, you should contact a skilled DUI/DWI defense attorney.

The criminal defense lawyers of Paoletti & Gusmano, Attorneys at Law have extensive experience representing individuals in Bridgeport and surrounding areas in a variety of drunk driving offenses. We use our in-depth knowledge and years of trial experience to protect your right to be on the road.

Defending Your Driver's License

In addition to a criminal case, those arrested for suspected drunk driving may also attend an Administrative Per Se hearing before the DMV. The DMV is automatically notified if you take a blood, urine or Breathalyzer test, and the results could have significant bearing on the outcomes of your hearing. For a first-time offender, penalties for DUI/DWI can include license suspension for:

As your legal advocate, we attend every hearing either on your behalf or along with you to ensure your rights are protected throughout the proceedings. We engage in creative discovery techniques and explore every possibility of false positive readings.

Protect Your Right to the Road

We provide experienced and effective legal defense and counsel. Contact our firm to schedule a free initial consultation to discuss your concerns about Connecticut DUI license suspension today. Call 203-371-1000.

What if I Already Have a Suspended Driver's License?

If you've already been convicted of a DUI/DWI, you may be able to obtain a temporary permit to travel to and from work or school. Our attorneys can help you file documents to reinstate your driving privileges. We can help you with the paperwork and attend every hearing with you to demonstrate your need.

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