Driver's License Suspensions
If you refuse to submit to a breathalyzer test or if you do submit
and have a blood alcohol level of .08 or more,
your driver's license will be summarily suspended.
The length of suspension will range from 3 months for first offenders
to 2 years for repeat offenders who refuse to take the test.
If your license is suspended, you may apply for a judicial driving permit (JDP).
A JDP allows a person to drive to and from work, school, and medical treatments.
Additionally, the Secretary of State may also allow a restricted driving permit.
If you wish to challenge the summary suspension of your license, you must file the
appropriate paperwork in a timely manner and present your case at a suspension
If you wish to challenge the suspension of your license, or are facing
any other criminal charges, you can receive a free evaluation of your case
by filling out the questionnaire on the right.
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