Are you facing DUI charges? If so, the first call you need to make is to a qualified Orange County DUI attorney at The Law Offices of Scott Henry. Our legal team understands that you, like most of our clients, have likely never been in trouble before and have just made a mistake or you may be the victim of an over-zealous police officer who arrested you without enough proof to stand up in court. Whatever your situation, a lawyer at our firm can sort it all out, explain your options, and help you navigate legal challenges such as the 10-day rule in Orange County DUI cases. Additionally, we could help you with both your criminal process and your Department of Motor Vehicle (DMV) proceeding. With 15 years of legal experience and attorneys who are dedicated 100% to DUI defense, there is no question that by contacting our firm, you will have made the right choice.

What the 10-Day Rule?

When dealing with a DUI case in Orange County, you only have ten days after your arrest to save your license. Individuals arrested for DUI, whether for a first time or who have multiple charges, are required by our state to request an Administrative Per Se (APS) hearing through the DMV within ten days of their arrest. Failure to do so results in an automatic driver’s license suspension. If you want to avoid losing your license, it is essential that you don’t put off making contact with our firm. You need to enlist our help to get legal representation from lawyers who know how to navigate the legal system and who will make sure that your rights are protected. We understand how to request the APS hearing and will be with you every step of the way, fighting for your license and your rights!

Rest assured, the lawyers at our firm could use all of our resources to get you the best possible results in your case, given the circumstances. So don’t place yourself at a higher risk; consult with us immediately to give yourself the best likelihood of retaining your license and beating the charges against you.

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