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What You Need to Know Promptly After Your DUI Arrest in Tacoma.

If arrested for DUI in Tacoma or Pierce County, Washington, notice of your first court hearing date, called the “arraignment,” will be provided by the officer, jail staff, or mail. Before the hearing, find the best Tacoma DUI defense lawyer you can, especially if this is not your first DUI arrest. If you go alone, plead not guilty to preserve your rights.

Independently, DOL will suspend or revoke your driver’s license in 60 days from the incident, without a hearing, unless you timely request a DOL DUI hearing to challenge this. Or, you may apply for a restricted license.

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"A compassionate lawyer that stands out in the court room! Mr Grant was very personable, very professional, and had better presence in the court room than any of the other lawyers we saw with clients."
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