Faster License After Second Offense DUI
NEW LAW ALLOWS FASTER LICENSES AFTER SECOND OFFENSE DUIs
Since 2010, a change in the law can help persons who lost their license as a result of being convicted of a DUI get it back faster!
Effective July 1, 2010, drivers convicted of a DUI with one or more prior DUI convictions may no longer have to wait at least one year before being able to drive!
If you have a DUI and are convicted of a DUI with at least one prior DUI, you may be able to qualify for a restricted license after a 90 day suspension by installing a vehicle interlock device in your vehicle.
This development is another reason why a person charged with a DUI should contact immediately an experienced, DUI lawyer like DUI Attorney Mark Blair.
Mr. Blair specializes in DUI defense and has handled thousands of DUI case. Attorney Mark Blair has extensive DUI experience, and can help you.
Call now for a free, informative and confidential consultation with one the top DUI lawyers.
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