Administrative Hearings - DUI / BUI Cases
DUI Criminal Defense Attorney, Mark C. Bender: Serving Orlando, Winter Park, Maitland, Orange County, Seminole County, Osceola County, and Central Florida.
Call (407) 246-0100 today to schedule a confidential consultation with attorney, Mark C. Bender.
There are only ten days to file a petition on your behalf after a DUI / BUI Arrest!
Mark C. Bender understands that a DUI arrest is a frightening experience that can have a significant impact on your life. A DUI arrest usually occurs when a person least expects it and is unsure of how to deal with it. Fortunately, Mark's experience is extensive in helping those arrested for DUI get through this extremely difficult time.
You May Find This Surprising
Most people do not know that it is not illegal in the state of Florida to drink and drive. It is illegal however to drive while your normal faculties are impaired by the influence of alcohol or drugs. If you have recently been charged with an offense such as DUI in Orlando or a surrounding area in the Orange-Seminole-Osceola Counties, you will immediately need to take advantage Mark's skills and resources as criminal defense attorney. When working with Mark C. Bender, you can be informed on your rights, the Florida DUI statutes regarding the offense and the penalties of a drunk driving charge.
He will be able to defend the suspension of your driver's license at your DMV, or DHSMV Hearing, as it is called in Florida. After, he will be able to thoroughly investigate your case for the criminal aspect of the offense. Mark will need to review and challenge any field sobriety tests or blood tests revealing your blood alcohol content at the time of the arrest. Call Mark C. Bender today so he may discuss the difference and help you understand the process that you have now been thrust into.
Mark will meticulously investigate your case and consider all possible defenses and arguments that can be made to effectively defend you at this difficult time. However, you must ACT FAST because unless I file an objection with the Department of Motor Vehicles on your behalf within ten (10) days of your arrest, your license can be suspended for a period of 6 months - one (1) year for a first offense.