Prior to being convicted of a DUI, you may lose your privilege to drive. In many states, if you do not request a hearing, your license will be suspended immediately. The length of license suspension depends on a variety of factors such as BAC levels and the existence of prior DUI offenses.
Things that Matter:
- Is this your first DUI charge?
- Is your driving record clean?
- Know what steps are required for you to get your driving privileges back.
- If your license is suspended, you may be able to get your license reinstated at the end of the suspension.
To keep the consequences of a DUI conviction to a minimum, remember to never drive on a suspended license. Driving on a suspended license can result in more charges, jail time, penalties, fines and increased suspension or revocation time. Seek legal representation to limit license suspensions as much as possible.
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