Commencing an appeal with the PennDOT can be an agonizing process. Whether you recently lost your license due to excessive speeding or a DUI offense, loss of driving privileges can result in the inability to travel to and from work and/or school. If you plan to appeal your driver’s license suspension, you have just 30 days to do so from the date you received your notice of suspension. For this reason, it is vital to meet with a qualified attorney as soon as possible so that you preserve your rights.
If you are in danger of losing your driver’s license, either because you have accumulated too many points, you failed to appear for a traffic citation hearing, you failed to be in the possession of mandatory insurance or because you have been charged with driving under the influence of alcohol (DUI) or other crime, then you need an attorney who is familiar with the administrative process and with PennDOT’s practices and procedures.