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DUI Driver's License Suspension

Driver's License suspension is when your driving privileges are revoked for a certain period of time due to DUI offense. But for some of us who were careless enough to have one too many drinks and still get in the driver's seat, a driver's license suspension can mean loss of a job, and inability to get to and from the children's school thereby preventing from performing our daily duties.

If there any way to keep your driver's license from being suspended for DUI even if you are convicted of a DUI offense in the criminal court?

Does your driver's license get suspended at the time of your conviction in court? Absolutely not!

A driver's license suspension is a separate proceeding and is not decided by the judge in the criminal court division. Besides going to court and getting your criminal sentence you are required to attend an administrative hearing at the local DMV.

An administrative hearing is a process where the DUI offender appears in front of a DMV hearing officer and can be scheduled on a different day than your court criminal appearance. You can schedule your administrative hearing by calling the number for your local DMV that is specifically designated for scheduling such hearings. Unless you call that number and schedule an administrative hearing, your driver's license will be suspended automatically after thirty days from the day of your arrest for DUI.

When you go to an administrative hearing with the DMV, you can still win at the hearing and keep your driver's license. To learn more about how to keep your driver's license from suspension for DUIScience Articles, check out How To Stop Your Driver License Suspension Due To DUI.

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