We recently discussed how counterintuitive it is to suspend a person's driver's license. Sadly, that is the type of situation that many people have to face when they are charged with drunk driving in Oklahoma. We understand that you rely on your ability to drive to handle daily tasks. Being unable to do those tasks, such as grocery shopping, without having to rely on someone else is life-altering.
When you are facing a driver's license suspension, you may have options to consider. It is important that we get to work on your case quickly after you find out that your license might be suspended. There are very strict timelines here that can't be altered. If you wait too long, you will likely have no recourse.
The bottom line here is that your freedom is at stake. Without your driving privileges, you might find it hard to work or go to the doctor. That could mean that you aren't able to pay bills or stay healthy.
There might be options available that would let you get to the vital places you need to go. While it isn't possible to guarantee that you will still be able to drive, it is crucial that you take all the steps you can to continue to be able to do so.
Remember, you only have 15 days to request a hearing. That isn't a lot of time, and you need to be prepared. By getting the process going as quickly as possible, you will have the most time to prepare.