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Post Conviction DUI License Suspension

Mandatory License Suspension

If your case results in a DUI conviction, the following suspensions may occur:

First DUI Conviction within 5 year period:

If you are convicted of your first DUI within a 5 year period, your license will be suspended for a period of 12 months. However, you may be eligible for a Limited Work Permit for a period of 120 days. At the end of 120 days, you can apply for reinstatement of your driver’s license after showing proof of completion of DUI Risk Reduction School and paying the license reinstatement fee.

Second Conviction within 5 year period:

If you are convicted of your second DUI within a 5 year period, your license will be suspended for a period of 18 months. You will not be eligible for a Limited Work Permit. At the end of 12 months, you can obtain a Limited Driver Permit for a period of six months with an ignition interlock device installed in your vehicle. After the 6 month period, you can apply for reinstatement of your driver’s license after showing proof of completion of DUI Risk Reduction School and paying the license reinstatement fee.

Third Conviction within 5 year period:

If you are convicted of your third DUI within a 5 year period, you may be declared a Habitual Violator and your license may be suspended for a period of 5 years. You will not be eligible for a Limited Work Permit.

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