Volusia County DUI Attorney Kevin J. Pitts answers emails as soon as possible but if your 10 days is about to expire you should take steps to ensure your opportunity for a formal review does not lapse. If action is not taken your license will be suspended administratively after 10 days even if your DUI is dropped by The State Attorney's Office. The Law Offices of Kevin J. Pitts has offices in Daytona Beach and Sanford Florida. Mr. Pitts handle cases in Volusia, Seminole, Flagler, Lake and Orange County. As of July 1, 2013 individuals accused of a first DUI are eligible for a waiver that avoids the 30 day hard suspension on breath tests over .08 and 90 day hard suspension on refusals. Contact DeLand DUI attorney Kevin J. Pitts at 386-451-5112 for more information on the advantages and disadvantages of waiving the formal review.
As a former Daytona Beach DUI prosecutor has spent a great deal of time in front of the Volusia County misdemeanor judges. The time spent in front of the Judges in Daytona Beach has given Mr. Pitts valuable experience on the court procedure of the Judges in Daytona Beach and Volusia County. As a former prosecutor and defense attorney who focuses on DUI, traffic and misdemeanor cases Mr. Pitts understands how to defend these types of cases. With an attorney that focuses on the type of cases you are facing you do not have to worry about your case getting pushed aside during a murder trial. Mr. Pitts works with the current prosecutors in The State Attorney's office in Daytona Beach. Working with the Judges as a former prosecutor and for the office that prosecutes Daytona Beach DUI cases does not guarantee a result but gives me a great deal of knowledge in the courtroom procedures and policies of prosecution in Daytona Beach and Volusia County.
If you were arrested for DUI in Daytona Beach or the surrounding areas with an unlawful blood or breath test or refused to submit to a test under Florida law your driver’s license will be suspended administratively after 10 days unless action is taken. Email Daytona Beach DUI lawyer Kevin J. Pitts at [email protected] for a free document to request a formal review hearing. By requesting a hearing and paying a $25 fee to The Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles you can get up to a 42-day extension of your Driving privileges. Daytona Beach DUI Attorney Kevin Pitts offers this document and a brief explanation by email free of cost. Kevin Pitts answers emails as soon as possible but if your 10 days is about to expire you should take steps to ensure your opportunity for review does not lapse. If action is not taken your license will be suspended administratively after 10 days even if your DUI is dropped by The State Attorney's Office. My office is located in Sanford, Florida. I handle cases in Volusia, Seminole, Flagler, Lake and Orange County.