Baltimore MVA Hearing Attorneys
Have you been charged with DUI in Maryland? If so, your driving privileges may be in jeopardy. Within 10 days of your DUI arrest, you must request a hearing with the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration — or you may lose your privilege to drive.
There are two parts to a DUI defense case in Maryland: the criminal component, and the administrative component where an administrative law judge will determine if you can continue to drive. The Law Offices of Craig M. Kadish can represent you in both. Even if you are found guilty of drunk driving in your criminal case, you can still win your administrative hearing.
For more than 20 years, attorney Craig M. Kadish has been defending individuals throughout the Baltimore area who have been charged with DUI. Not all lawyers have the skills and experience to effectively handle DUI cases. We do, and we can help you seek the best possible results in criminal proceedings and at the MVA license hearing. Contact a Baltimore MVA hearing lawyer to schedule a free consultation.
Remember: You have 10 days from the date of your DUI arrest to schedule an MVA license hearing. If you request this hearing within 10 days, you can keep driving until your administrative hearing is resolved.
If you are a commercial driver who has been charged with drunk driving, losing your license means losing your ability to earn a living. Attorney Craig M. Kadish can help you explore your legal options to avoid a DUI conviction, keep your license, and keep driving.
Find out more about DUI defense for commercial drivers.
Attorney Craig M. Kadish is an instructor for the Maryland State Police Academy. He trains trooper cadets on courtroom procedure and testimony. In 2011, he rewrote the State Police Academy’s training program for courtroom procedure. He also does in-court trainings with Trooper Cadets to assist them in learning how to testify in court and under cross-examination. As a result of his experience as an instructor, Mr. Kadish has gained a unique perspective on handling DUI defense cases.
Contact a Westminster, Maryland, DUI Driver’s License Suspension Attorney
To learn more about preparing for your MVA hearing and the defense of DUI charges, contact an attorney from our law firm as soon as possible. Call 410-837-0020 to schedule a free consultation.