YOU MUST PROTECT YOUR RIGHTS AS SOON AS POSSIBLE AFTER A DUI ARREST IN WYOMING

TWENTY (20) – DAY DEADLINE IN WYOMING TO PROTECT DRIVING PRIVILEGES UNDER WYOMING STATUTE § 31-6-102(f)

Unfortunately, the DUI arrest process is very stressful and confusing and most people do not realize that they usually can legally drive for thirty (30) – days after a DUI arrest and that they must complete a special form created by the Wyoming Department of Transportation (WYDOT) to demand a “Contested Case Hearing” within twenty (20) – days of the date of their DUI arrest in order to protect their privilege to drive under Wyoming Statute § 31-6-102.

Failure to request a “Contested Case Hearing” within 20 – day deadline risks the following Wyoming driver’s license ramifications:

  • Ninety (90) – day suspension of driving privileges by the Wyoming Department of Transportation (WYDOT)
  • Substance Abuse Evaluation (SAE) and Eight (8) – hour DUI Class
  • Driver’s license reinstatement fees to WYDOT
  • Six (6) – month ignition interlock requirement for blood alcohol concentration (BAC) level of fifteen one-hundredths of one percent (0.15%) or more if convicted of first offense DUI charge

R. Michael Vang has handled DUI and implied consent cases for over twenty (20) years all over the State of Wyoming and Mr. Vang has the experience and knowledge to represent you.  You should contact R. Michael Vang P.C. as soon as possible before it is too late to protect your driving privileges.

TRUST A LAWYER WHO’S WELL-VERSED IN WYOMING DUI LAW

R. Michael Vang teaches attorneys in Wyoming and throughout the United States how to defend people accused in DUI and implied consent proceedings.
The Wyoming Supreme Court has addressed several of the legal issues raised by Mr. Vang in defense of his clients’ rights and privileges.

R. Michael Vang is currently the only Wyoming attorney to have completed the Axion Forensic Chromatography class, the Axion Forensic Drug Analysis class, and the Axion Forensic Driving Under the Influence of Drugs (DUID) class.

R. Michael Vang understand the chemistry involved with drug and alcohol testing and has obtained the American Chemical Society (ACS) Forensic Lawyer-Scientist Designation as recognized by the Chemistry and the Law Division of the ACS.

Call R. Michael Vang at 307-460-9252 for a free consultation concerning your DUI and implied consent case today.