Defend Your Commercial Driver’s License
For those who hold commercial driver’s licenses (CDL), it is difficult to overstate the need to protect those driving privileges. For many commercial drivers, their CDL is the key to their career and their ability to earn a living. We understand that and we put all appropriate effort and energy into defending commercial drivers who are facing DUI charges.
From truckers to delivery drivers and a host of other types of professions, maintaining a CDL is the key to many types of work.
The government has very harsh penalties in place for commercial drivers who are accused of drunk driving, including a one-year minimum disqualification of commercial driving privileges. If the alleged drunk driving occurred in a commercial vehicle, the penalties are enhanced.
To protect your commercial driving privileges against the possibility of disqualification due to DUI charges, you need to take action as soon as possible following your arrest.
Effective Representation In Criminal And Administrative Hearings
If you are charged with DUI or refusing to submit to blood, breath or urine testing, you will face the possibility of losing your driving privileges as part of the criminal case against you as well as through administrative action taken by the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles. We represent clients in both criminal and administrative proceedings.
Board-Certified Criminal Defense Against DUI Charges
At Lindsey, Ferry & Parker, P.A., our firm is highly skilled at crafting effective defenses against DUI charges. We know what is at stake for commercial drivers and we have the experience to be able to help people protect their CDLs. Our commitment to securing the best possible outcome has helped keep many commercial drivers on the road. Attorney Warren Lindsey has 37 years of experience defending people against charges that would have dramatically changed their lives. He is board-certified by the Florida Bar in criminal law and has been selected for inclusion in Florida Super Lawyers from 2007 to 2014. He has received an *AV Preeminent rating by Martindale-Hubbell.
CDL Defense In The Orlando Area And Central Florida
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