Fort Wayne Commercial OWI Attorney
Let Us Help You Save Your License
Indiana laws are particularly severe on people accused of operating a vehicle
while intoxicated (OWI). They are even harsher for commercial motor vehicle
(CMV) drivers, who operate big rigs and other large automobiles on a day-to-day
basis. If you are a commercial driver, you can’t be caught with
a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of more than 0.04%. If you do, you
could lose your license.
If you’re facing the loss of your livelihood, talk to one of our skilled
Fort Wayne OWI attorneys as soon as possible. The sooner we learn about the circumstances of your
arrest, the faster we can mount a defense on your behalf.
Get your case started by calling us at (888) 912-7220 or
filling out our online form today!
In addition to the other OWI penalties you will face, you will also lose
your commercial driver’s license (CDL) for at least 1 year after your 1st OWI conviction (3 years if you were driving hazardous materials). CMV
drivers who lose their license this way are not eligible for probationary
licenses to work, which means you are unlikely to be able to go back to
your job after a conviction. A 2nd conviction or a refusal to take a breath or chemical test while in a CMV
or a personal vehicle can result in a lifetime ban from holding a CDL.
However, a driver may be able to request reinstatement after 10 years.
Our OWI Defense Lawyer Can Help
You might be facing the potential loss of your livelihood. Give yourself
the best chance to keep this from happening by talking to our skilled
Fort Wayne criminal defense attorneys.
Arnold Terrill, P.C. is dedicated to defending the rights and freedom of our clients and providing
excellent and aggressive advocacy on their behalf. Let us see what we
can do for you.
at (888) 912-7220 or fill out our online form to schedule your free phone