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Q: I have /aCDL class B ///and a have OWI pending how dors that effect my person car

They no proof yet they said on was on something because I was acting weird after I wrecked my truck blood tests coming they said

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Andrew L. Bennett
Andrew L. Bennett
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A: At the time of your initial hearing the court would have advised you of the administrative suspension for being charged with an OWI and either failing the breath test or refusing the breath test. If you failed by having a BAC over a .08 then your license, personal and CDL, would be suspended an minimum of 6 months. If you refused to submit to a chemical test, your license, again personal and CDL, would be suspended for either 1 year or 2 years depending on if you have a previous conviction for OWI. If there is no proof of a refusal or a BAC over the legal limit, also if your blood tests show drugs only, there should be no administrative suspension. If you did not refuse and you were suspended administratively, you could likely qualify for Specialized Driving Privileges (SDP) and should consult with a local, experienced Traffic/OWI attorney to discuss all your options.

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