Skilled Legal Representation At Your DOT Hearing

If you or a loved one has been charged with an OWI, you have 10 days to file a request for a hearing with the Iowa Department of Transportation. If you do not file a request within 10 days, your license will be immediately suspended. The hearing, which is administrative in nature, must occur within 45 days of your charge and is a great tool for discovering information that can benefit you in the criminal case.

An administrative law judge oversees the hearing. It is possible to defend against the loss of driving privileges if there is reasonable doubt surrounding your charge. In order to work toward an ideal outcome, it’s important to retain an experienced criminal law attorney.

Put My Knowledge And Experience To Work


I am criminal defense attorney Michael Culp, and I have represented many individuals facing license revocation. I have advocated for individuals at DOT hearings and cross-examined the arresting officer or other witnesses to the arrest in order to exploit any weaknesses in the DOT’s case against my clients.

Even if your license is revoked, you may still apply for a temporary restricted license in many circumstances. I can review and explore all options under the law that allows you to keep your license.

Reach Out Today To Find Out How I Can Help


I completely understand the importance of keeping your driving privileges. I am committed to aggressively advocating on your behalf.

Reach out to discuss your OWI charge and DOT hearing today. Call 515-288-3333 or email my office in Des Moines.

Free consultations. Evening and weekend appointments are available.