Who do you want as your Attorney? The Master or the student? Patrick Silva has 18 years of DUI experience, he has been published in DUI reference books, he has spoken in front of 100's of attorneys at conferences, taught classes to Lawyers on his secrets and strategies, and has a nationally listened to podcast dedicated to teaching other DUI Lawyers How To Win.

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 "My name is David and when I got my 3rd DUI I hired Pat Silva to fight for me and he did! He got my 3rd DUI dropped, all I had to do was plead no contest to a few moving violations. I had a bac of .17 and he still got it dropped that's why I call him the specialist! "    ONLINE REVIEWS

Q. Chances of getting a critical needs license?
I'm 20 years old and just got a dui infraction. I'm a full time college student with a part time job. I live with a single parent who works night shifts. My college is 16 miles away and I have morning classes making my parent unable to take me to my classes which start at 8am and 9am.

A. Go to the dmv website and download a " critical need to drive" application. Fill it out completely. Use additional sheets of paper as attachments because the area they give you on the form is too small. Get it signed by the appropriate boss/school admin/ or doctor. If you do not fill it out completely it will be denied.

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