Should I contact an attorney before speaking with the Utah DLD?

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Salt Lake City DUI Attorney Video #22:

Should I contact an attorney before speaking with the Utah Drivers License Division (DLD)?

In this video, Attorney Matthew Nebeker, a DUI Defense Lawyer in Salt Lake City, discusses if you should contact an attorney before speaking with the Utah Drivers License Division.

Have you recently received a DUI, traffic offense or drug charges and are worried about your license being suspended? There are many reasons why your Utah Drivers License may be suspended.

It could be suspended for things that happened before court, like not requesting your license hearing after receiving a DUI and there are things that could suspend your license after you go to court, like a conviction for possession of marijuana. I get calls all the time from people saying – I went to court and about a week later the DLD [Drivers License Division] sent me a letter that my license was going to be suspended for 6 months for having been convicted from marijuana or some other drug.

Contacting me before contacting the Utah Drivers License Division or Utah Courts could really make a difference in the outcome of your potential license suspension or revocation. Feel free to contact me 24 hours a day concerning your Utah Drivers License

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