Save Your Driver's License

You only have 10 days to file a driver's license hearing request!

A DLD hearing is the ONLY way to challenge a revocation of your driving privileges after an arrest. Our office will file your request for free without obligation.

Many Utah criminal defense attorneys will not represent clients in the civil portion of a DUI or alcohol-related charge. We at Schatz, Anderson & Associates believe in representing our clients from the beginning of the case to the end, which includes the civil fight for your driver license with the Utah Driver License Division. Below are some of the common questions we receive regarding Utah driver licenses and criminal charges.

Answers to Common Questions About Driver's License Issues

Defending DUI cases is not easy, but with our attorneys’ extensive training in Field Sobriety Tests (most of our attorneys are certified Standardized Field Sobriety Test Instructors) and our training in the operation and calibration of the breath testing machine as well as the process of testing blood for drugs and alcohol, we are able to defend as many DUIs as possible and get great results for our clients. Our attorneys have handled hundreds of Motion Hearings and trials, and we have been successful at winning all variety of Motions, resulting in dismissal or reduction of hundreds of DUI cases. Our attorneys are known by cops, prosecutors, and judges alike as being skilled litigators, and our success rate at defending DUI cases at trials is much higher than the average attorney handling DUI cases. But not every case is gifted with good defenses, so we have also developed ways to avoid the most serious consequences of a DUI charge by negotiating favorable plea bargains.

When I get a DUI, do I automatically lose my driver's license?
Can I drive after I am arrested?
How long will my license be suspended?
What if I have an out-of-state driver's license?
Can I get a work permit to drive to work or school?
What do I need to do now to save my driver's license?