If you have been charged with a DUI or a severe traffic violation in Arizona, you could lose your license. Your Arizona driving privileges will be suspended automatically if your arrested for a DUI if a sample of your blood, breath, or urine is taken and your blood alcohol level is above a .08% or an officer believes you refused to give a sample and you do not request a hearing from the Arizona Department of Motor Vehicles (MVD) within fifteen days from your arrest. A suspension of your driver's license can result and you may not be able to reinstate your license for at least thirty (30) days or up to a year. Criminal defense and DUI attorney Shawn B. Hamp represents clients at MVD hearings who want to keep their privilege to drive in Arizona. Contact us immediately to preserve your rights.