Law Office of Michael L. Fell
900 Roosevelt Irvine, CA 92620
(949) 585-9055

DUI Attorney in Newport Coast CA

Avoid double license suspensions with help from your DUI attorney in Newport Coast CA

Have you been arrested for a DUI? You may have been very upset to have the arresting officer confiscate your drivers license. You’re probably already dreading the thought of having to beg friends and family for rides once your 30-day temporary license expires.

However, there is something you can do to fight back:

Hire a DUI attorney in Newport Coast CA like Michael L. Fell to represent you.

Attorney Fell Can Help You Avoid a Double License Suspension

Are you wondering how a police officer can take your license without a trial? The answer is that the police officer is enforcing an administrative suspension for the DMV. The criminal portion of your case will come later and could result in an additional license suspension penalty. Fortunately, Michael L. Fell understands both procedures in detail. As your DUI attorney in Newport Coast CA, he can fight aggressively to give you the best possible chance of preventing unfair punishment by the DMV and the criminal justice system.

Request Your DMV Administrative Hearing Now

If you have been arrested for a DUI, you need to act now and request an administrative hearing to challenge the DMV suspension of your license. You only have 10 days to contact the DMV and request your hearing.

As your DUI attorney in Newport Coast CA, Michael L. Fell can help you request and prepare for your hearing. Depending on the circumstances of your case, Attorney Fell may be able to convince the DMV the evidence against you is not strong enough to justify an automatic license suspension.

Get Expert Representation for DUI Charges

Even if you prevail at the administrative hearing and get your license back, you may still face criminal charges for DUI, which could result in serious penalties including additional license suspensions. Attorney Fell will defend your rights and interests every step of the way and do everything he can to prevent you from receiving any unfair punishment. For your convenience, Attorney Fell can handle your court appearances for you in most misdemeanor DUI cases.

Now You May Wonder…

…What If I Failed a Breathalyzer? Do I Still Need a DUI Attorney in Newport Coast CA?

Absolutely. There are plenty of reasons a breathalyzer could be wrong. For example, certain medical conditions can put compounds on your breath that the machine reads as alcohol. Even if you know you were under the influence and you want to plead guilty, you should still retain a DUI attorney in Newport Coast CA for help securing the best possible plea deal.

If you do end up being subject to both an administrative license suspension and a criminal penalty, Attorney Fell will do everything in his power to make sure the suspensions run concurrently to limit the time you are unable to drive.

Why Choose Michael L. Fell

Michael L. Fell is a highly respected criminal defense attorney who brings 18 years of experience as an Orange County Senior Deputy District Attorney to his work. He knows how the prosecution thinks and he knows how to attack their arguments effectively.

You can rely on Attorney Fell to stand beside you every step of the way and provide top-quality representation as you go through the DMV and court proceedings and fight to keep your license.

To learn more about hiring Michael L. Fell as your DUI attorney in Newport Coast CA, please call (949) 585-9055 now and request your free initial consultation.

Law Office of Michael L. Fell - Criminal Defense Lawyer

Michael L. Fell

Have you been accused of a crime? We'll get through it together.

No matter how daunting the criminal charges against you may be, the Law Office of Michael L. Fell can provide the aggressive and effective defense representation you need to secure the best possible outcome to the case. We will stand beside you each step of the way, passionately advocating for your rights and protecting your future against the consequences of undeserved or unduly harsh punishment.