The importance of a driver’s license cannot be overemphasized. Our licenses give us the freedom we need to maintain our employment and live our lives. When operating a vehicle under the influence (OVI) or drug charges lead to license revocations, the results are disastrous.

If you need a Cincinnati DUI/OVI license suspension reinstatement attorney, we can help. Matthew T. Ernst, our founding attorney, has been helping Ohio clients with license reinstatement for more than 15 years. At Ernst & Associates we provide aggressive, strategic representation to help our clients obtain the best results possible in their cases.

All is not lost. Many people think that, once a driver’s license is revoked, nothing can be done to reinstate the license until the revocation period has ended. For example, if you have served a number of years of a five-year license suspension, it is possible for us to petition the court to reduce the remainder of the suspension. This court is far more likely to honor this type of request if:

  • You have no further criminal offenses
  • You have been fulfilling all of your probationary requirements
  • You have successfully fulfilled any drug and alcohol treatment programs required by the court

We also help clients who have not yet received a license suspension. In some cases, we can work with the prosecutor and the court to have the suspension shortened in the initial trial.

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“If you are facing a license suspension, it might be possible to have it reduced or dismissed. I have more than 15 years of criminal defense and license reinstatement experience. Call me to discuss your case.” ∙ Matthew T. Ernst, Attorney at Law

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