Many clients find that, following a DUI arrest, the first penalty they often suffer ten days after their arrest is having their driver’s license suspended. New laws provide that you may get a hardship license simply from enrolling in DUI school and going to the DMV within 10 days.
Is This the Right Decision for You?
This sounds great, but it may not be a good idea for you. We have found that, in most cases, this is a mistake. Doing so waives your right to an Administrative hearing.
You’ve Made a Mistake and Got a DUI
Don’t make another mistake by rushing to get a hardship license and waiving your rights.
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