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Campbell County Lawyers for Driver's License Reinstatement After a DUI

Campbell County Lawyers for Driver's License Reinstatement After a DUI

Defense Attorneys Helping Clients Get Their Driver's License Back in Scott County and Anderson County

When you are convicted of driving under the influence (DUI) of alcohol or drugs in Tennessee, you will face a number of potential consequences. You will probably spend at least two days in jail—more for repeat offenders—pay thousands of dollars in fines, and attend a mandatory DUI school and a MADD victim impact panel at your expense. Under Tennessee law, a DUI conviction will also result in the revocation of your driver’s license.

At Coller & Evans, Attorneys at Law, we understand that having your license revoked could have a devastating impact on you and your family. Our experienced license reinstatement lawyers can help you explore options for driving relief during the revocation as well as getting your license reinstated once your period of revocation is complete.

Driving Relief in East Tennessee

The state of Tennessee recognizes that most people need to be able to drive legally in order to provide for themselves and their families. While driving is a privilege that can be lost rather than a guaranteed right, the state still makes relief programs available for most individuals who have been convicted of DUI charges.

If your license has been suspended or revoked in relation to a DUI charge, our lawyers can help you apply for a restricted license. Depending on the circumstances, you may be required to have an ignition interlock device installed on your vehicle before your restricted license is approved. If you have such a device installed, a restricted license allows you to drive anywhere at any time. If you are not required to have the device installed, you may still qualify for a restricted license, but you will likely be limited to driving in certain areas at certain times.

Getting Your License Back

Before your license can be permanently reinstated, you will need to meet certain requirements based on the disposition of your case. For example, if you were ordered to participate in an alcohol treatment program, you must do so before the state will reinstate your license. You may also need to prove that you have an ignition interlock device installed on your vehicle. Finally, you must also pay all applicable fines, fees, and expenses related to your case, including reinstatement fees.


Client-Focused Counsel in Anderson and Scott County

The experienced license reinstatement attorneys at Coller & Evans, Attorneys at Law understand that the process of getting your license back can be confusing and intimidating. We have the knowledge and experience to help you get back on the road quickly and without unnecessary delays.

If you have lost your driving privileges as the result of a DUI conviction, contact our office. Call 423-449-7980 to schedule a free consultation with a skilled member of our team. Our firm serves clients in Jacksboro, Clinton, Huntsville, Maynardville, Tazewell, Campbell County, Scott County, Anderson County, Union County, Claiborne County, Union County, Blount County, Knox County, and throughout East Tennessee.

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