Phoenix MVD Hearings Attorney

The Arizona Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Division (MVD) can be incredibly difficult to deal with, especially when you are facing an MVD hearing.

At the Younglove Law Firm, we are standing by to help when you need an MVD hearings attorney by your side.

These hearings are traditionally requested to dispute or challenge the administrative suspension of one’s driving privileges. These are civil proceedings, but having a skilled attorney by your side can make all of the difference when it comes to securing a favorable outcome on your behalf.

Choose the Younglove Law Firm for help with your MVD case

When facing a civil MVD hearing, turn to an attorney with extensive experience who can help ensure you remain legal on the roadway. The Younglove Law Firm is ready to help.

  • Our team has been helping Phoenix-area residents with their MVD hearings since 1997.
  • Phoenix criminal defense attorney Younglove is a well-respected former prosecutor who provides accessible and personalized service for every client.
  • We have extensive courtroom experience handling both civil and criminal matters.

Why do you need an attorney for an MVD case?

A Phoenix MVD hearing attorney is going to be an invaluable resource as you work to retain your driving privileges. Even though these are civil hearings, they are still going to be heard by an administrative law judge. An attorney will understand the appropriate processes and procedures for these cases and can:

  • Conduct a complete investigation into the evidence being used against you at the MVD hearing.
  • Contest BAC findings from breath, blood, or urine tests
  • Contest whether or not your arrest was lawful, which could bring implied consent into question.
  • Dispute the amount of points being added to your license.

What are MVD cases in Arizona?

There are three basic types of MVD hearings in Arizona.

  1. Administrative per se hearing. This type of hearing can address a few issues related to your case. This includes whether or not the officer had reason to believe you were out of control of your vehicle, whether the chemical tests conducted were accurate or accurately evaluated, whether the BAC was over the legal limit, and whether a person is facing charges for DUI, Extreme DUI, Super Extreme DUI, or Aggravated DUI.
  2. Implied consent hearing. This type of hearing is going to be limited to determining whether or not there was reason to believe you were in control of your vehicle at the time of the arrest, whether you were legally arrested, and whether you refused a chemical test to determine the BAC.
  3. Negligent operator “points” hearing. This type of hearing will be used to determine whether a driver’s license suspension will be carried out base whether you have accumulated too many points on your license caused by the current traffic violation as well as previous traffic violations.

Call us for a confidential consultation of your case today

If you or somebody you care about need to participate in an MVD hearing, you need to contact an attorney before doing so. At the Younglove Law Firm, we understand that these civil hearings can play a major role in your ability to drive, make a living, and take care of yourself and your family. Let our Phoenix MVD hearings attorney get to work on your behalf today. You can contact us for a confidential consultation of your case by clicking here.