Canceled Minnesota License From DWI
Most drivers take the privilege to drive for granted. It is only after a driver’s license has been canceled that they realize how integral the ability to drive is to the day-to-day tasks of life. If your driver’s license has been canceled due to a DWI offense, talk to Keller Law Offices. We can help you go onto ignition interlock and obtain a B-card license that allows you to drive with restrictions, as well as explore other options for maintaining your driving privileges.
Talk to our Minneapolis driver’s license cancellation attorney today to learn about maintaining your driving privileges. Call Keller Law Offices at 952-913-1421 or toll free at 866-929-7597 for a free initial consultation. We offer two metro area office locations for your convenience.
We Can Help You Keep Your Driving Privileges
When you receive a Minnesota driver’s license, you give your implied consent to submit to alcohol content (AC) tests if there is probable cause to suspect you of drunk driving. You also give your implied consent to automatic license revocation if you are arrested for DWI and you refuse an AC test. If you refused to take a test, or if you failed a test, you have seven days before your license is revoked (a seven-day temporary driver’s license).
Our attorney, Max A. Keller, has extensive knowledge of Minnesota’s implied consent laws as well as the full spectrum of DWI defenses available. Additionally, he can identify the alternatives that are available to you:
- You may be able to obtain a work permit.
- If you agree to ignition interlock, you may be able to get your driver’s license back within a few days and avoid losing your job due to DWI.
- If you are a repeat or felony offender, it is likely you face vehicle forfeiture. We fight to help you keep your vehicle, or return it to the innocent owner if applicable.
Do You Have a Restricted Driver’s License?
If you have a B-card (indicating you cannot consume alcohol, even when you are not driving), you can be charged with a gross misdemeanor if you were driving in violation of your B-card license. Even if you were not driving, you could still lose your license for three years or more — unless you fight your driver’s license cancellation. Our law firm also defends people who are charged with B-card violations.
Call for Your Free Initial Consultation
Schedule your free initial consultation with an attorney who has extensive knowledge of Minnesota driver’s license laws. Call Keller Law Offices at (952) 913-1421. You can also contact us online.