Mr. Tayter represents clients in all forms of Ignition Interlock hearings at the Office of Administrative Hearings. If you are required to have an Ignition Interlock device installed in your vehicle and you get too many interlock violations, the MVA will try to suspend your driver’s license. In most cases, before the MVA can suspend your license, they must give you a chance to challenge the suspension at an administrative hearing.
Before entering private practice, Mr. Tayter was an administrative judge at over 15,000 drivers license suspension or revocation hearings, including suspensions for Interlock violations. Put Mr. Tayter’s knowledge and experience to work in defending your driver’s license and your livelihood.
The ignition interlock system, as well as the circumstances that would require somebody to use it, can be difficult to understand. When you have been convicted of a DUI offense, it is important that you have a complete grasp of all of the penalties the court is issuing and the best way to go about making sure you adhere to the guidelines they put forward for a recent offender. Ignition interlock is one of the ways that the state of Maryland keeps tabs on those that have had alcohol-related driving issues in the past. If you are required to use an Ignition Interlock system by the State of Maryland, we advise that you consult with an attorney to understand the best ways to use it and how to stay within the letter of the law.
Our attorneys have experience handling clients that are required to use the Ignition Interlock system, and they can advise you about how it might affect your life moving forward. Don’t go into this situation alone and without the tools to understand what is happening to you. Contact us today for more information about this system and other DUI laws in the state of Maryland.
Please contact us for more information about the services provided by this office and how we may be able to help you fight the DUI charge you face. You can also visit our Rockville criminal lawyer page for more information about that office or to schedule a free consultation with one of those attorneys.