DWI Workplace Consequences
If you have been pulled over for driving while intoxicated and subsequently been charged, you may be feeling scared and worried. When you get charged with a DWI workplace consequences can impact your ability to provide for yourself or your family.
DWI Workplace Consequences: DWI Affecting a CDL License
If you drive for a living, particularly a commercial vehicle, it’s extremely important that you contact a seasoned DWI attorney as soon as possible upon arrest. The reason for this is that Section 1196 7G of the vehicle and traffic law states that a certificate of relief from disabilities will not allow an individual to continue to drive a commercial vehicle. In addition, a conditional license that is often granted by the Department of Motor Vehicles does not allow an individual to continue to drive their commercial vehicle.
In addition to that most folks don’t realize that if you’re off, you’re on vacation, and you get a DWI while you’re driving your personal vehicle, your car or your pickup truck, that will also affect your ability to drive a commercial vehicle. You will not be able to use your conditional license to further your employment whether you’re a truck driver or even a taxi cab driver. It’s extremely important that you notify your attorney as soon as possible so certain things can be done or address the hearing that possibly could come your way.
DWI Workplace Consequences: Professional Licenses
Folks who have professional licenses such as teachers, engineers, lawyers, or doctors should consult a DWI attorney as soon as possible upon arrest. The reason for that is that individual’s license may be in jeopardy and/or they may have to report that arrest to their licensing board. That also may trigger a potential hearing that could negatively impact their ability to work in that field or possess that license.
If you have been charged with a DWI, contact experienced and dedicated DWI attorney John Dudziak today to schedule a free consultation.