I was on probation for a DUI and was arrested for a DUI again-what happens to my license? By Daniel Smith

If you are stopped for suspicion of driving under the influence, you have a blood alcohol level (BAC) of 0.01% or greater, as measured (PAS) device or other chemical test, and if you are on court–ordered probation for a DUI conviction, you may have your license suspended for a period of time.

The chart below shows the length of your possible suspension.

While on court–ordered probation for a DUI conviction you will receive…

-submit to a PAS or other chemical test with a BAC of 0.01% or greater

A one year suspension.

-refuse or fail to submit to a PAS test or other chemical test

A two year suspension.

-refuse or fail to submit to a PAS test or other chemical test, and you have two or more prior DUI convictions

A three year revocation.

You are not eligible for a restricted driver license during your suspension.

You may be able to stop your license from being suspended if you request a DMV Hearing. In order to request a hearing you must contact the Driver Safety Branch and request a hearing within 10 days of receiving your admin per se. Your DUI lawyer can also request a hearing on your behalf.

If you or a loved one were stopped for a DUI or related charge and would like to a free and confidential consultation with an experienced attorney, please call our office at (619)258-8888.