Commercial Driver's License (CDL) Defense

As a commercial truck driver, you understand the value of your driving privileges. If you lose your commercial driver's license (CDL) to suspension or revocation, you lose your ability to make a living. If you are faced with any traffic violation that may cause you to lose your CDL, you need the help of a skilled Norman CDL lawyer.

At Nichols Dixon, our talented team will defends your CDL. Drew Nichols former prosecutors with extensive trial experience and knowledge of traffic violations laws. They will work diligently to protect your driving privileges.

Oklahoma CDL regulations require a higher level of specific knowledge.
Typically, a driver caught speeding up to 10 miles over the speed limit in Oklahoma will suffer zero point strikes against his or her driver's license. However, a driver holding a CDL faces a two-point strike. This is just one example of the complexities of defending your CDL license. CDL rules in Oklahoma have changed. Make sure your attorney knows how high the stakes are.

CDL Violations Lawyers

In Oklahoma, you will lose your CDL for one year if you are convicted of any of the following:

  • Reckless driving
  • Refusing to submit to a sobriety test
  • Driving with a blood alcohol count (BAC) of .08 percent or higher
  • Driving a commercial motor vehicle (CMV) with a BAC of .04 percent or higher
  • Leaving the scene of an accident
  • Driving a CMV with a suspended, revoked or canceled CDL
  • Causing a fatality through negligent driving

There may be other circumstances that put your CDL at risk. We will evaluate your situation and inform you of all your options.

Our attorneys understand what you have at stake for commercial drivers accused of traffic offenses. We will get to work on your case right away, finding ways to mitigate the damage to your career and to preserve your driving privileges.

Exceptional, Experienced Defense Of Your Commercial Driver's License

You cannot afford to risk losing your ability to make a living. Call us at 405-217-4118 or send us an email to speak with our attorneys regarding your case. We return calls promptly.