It is possible that a person loses his/her driver’s license for some period of time after committing a DUI crime. It varies from one month to several years and it depends on whether there is a prior DUI or wet reckless conviction or not as well as a refuse to take DUI tests.
It should be noted that there is a crime of “driving on a suspended license”, if the person with suspended driver’s license continue driving during his/her conviction. The person who will be found guilty in this crime can face up to a jail time.
However, a DUI arrest does not mean that the person’s driver’s license will be suspended automatically. It is always possible to find some ways to escape such penalty.
The Margarian Law Firm aggressively protects the rights of criminal defendants in California. If you have faced accusations of DUI, it is essential to contact an experienced California defense attorney who is will provide legal assistance. We handle every aspect of your case, from the very start through the very last court hearing, all for a flat fee agreed upon before we begin.
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