Port Orange has a history aggressive DUI enforcement. They are also known to push the limits and frequently arrest people who are not actually impaired or have not committed a traffic violation. If you have been accused of a DUI in Port Orange you need to speak with a Port Orange DUI Attorney within 10 days of your arrest. Attorney Kevin J. Pitts has prosecuted and defended Port Orange DUI cases. Mr. Pitts started his legal career as a prosecutor in Daytona Beach spending 19 months prosecuting DUI and misdemeanor cases. In 2010 Kevin J. Pitts went into private practice focusing on DUI defense, criminal defense and traffic ticket defense. Mr. Pitts now has offices in Sanford and Daytona Beach. Attorney Kevin J. Pitts has successfully completed the Florida breath test operator training course giving him firsthand experience with the Intoxilyzer 8000. The Intoxilyzer 8000 is the only breath test machine admissible in Florida.
If you are arrested for a DUI in Port Orange or the surrounding areas in Florida you have 10 days to request or waive a formal review to obtain a hardship license. If you do not take action within 10 days your license will be automatically suspended for 12 months on a refusal (no driving for the first 90 days) 6 months on a breath test (no driving for the first 30 days). As of July 1, 2013 it is possible to waive the formal review and immediately obtain a hardship license. This is only possible on first DUI case. You must pay $225, sign up for the DUI class and be Florida real ID compliant. This will place a suspension on your record but it also allows you to drive to work or school, to maintain your livelihood, to drive to religious activities and to drive to doctor’s appointments. Call Port Orange DUI Attorney Kevin J. Pitts at 386-451-5112 for a free case evaluation and discuss your driver’s license options. Offices in Daytona Beach and Sanford.