Aggressive Advocacy For Your Virginia Restricted Driver's License

If you plan to plead guilty to a DUI charge in Northern Virginia, it is important that you pursue a restricted license right away — through the efforts of an experienced DUI defense attorney. You do not want to be caught driving without a license, or driving with a revoked or suspended license in Fairfax County, or anywhere in the state.

When a restricted Virginia driver's license is needed to get you to your job, school, medical care or visitation with your child after a divorce, our experienced lawyers can help.

We are Hogan & Pritchard, PLLC, in Fairfax.

Martin P. Hogan and Michael T. Pritchard have handled many cases just like yours during their almost 35 years of combined experience with DUI matters. Our skilled legal team explains your rights and legal options after a drunk driving arrest, and advocates for you at every juncture of the legal process.

Persons with more than one DUI charge on their record will encounter an increasingly difficult time acquiring a restricted license. Issuance of these licenses is granted at a judge's discretion — and collecting two or more DUI convictions in a five- to ten-year period virtually eliminates that possibility.

Hogan & Pritchard, PLLC, Attorneys Are On Your Side

Mr. Hogan and Mr. Pritchard offer timely representation of your goals after a DUI. They make sure the judge sees your petition for a work or hardship license, and your mandatory enrollment in an Alcohol Safety Action Program (ASAP). They know how important your mobility is to you, especially during an uncertain economy: you need to get to your job, to the conducting of official work business during travel, to school, to medical treatments and to authorized medical care for your child.

To learn more about the many ways we can help you at this difficult time, call Hogan & Pritchard, PLLC, at 703-552-4014 or send an email message to secure a confidential initial consultation.