Ortonville, MN asked in DUI / DWI for Minnesota

Q: who do you contact to have a MN DL suspened for an UI in WI? person has lived 8 yrs in WI but just renewed MN lic?

A PERSON living in WI for 8 yrs, has WI vehicle plates and WI business, but still drives w a MN DL who has no home in MN but has a business in MN but does not live or go to business maybe 30 days a year.

said person gets a WI OUI with a minor in vehicle with a breathlizer done 3 to 4 hrs after picked up by officers is still a .213

who takes his license? WI will not give him a DL now but how does MN license get suspensed? should he not have had a WI lic to begin with since not a residency where he stays in MN

thanks

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Jonathan Matthew Holson
Jonathan Matthew Holson
Answered
  • DUI & DWI Lawyer
  • Rogers, MN
  • Licensed in Minnesota

A: If you have lived in WI for 8 years, you should have long ago gotten a WI license. But that is a separate issue. WI will suspend your privilege to drive in WI. MN will then honor that suspension. So your MN license will get revoked. You will have to go through the process of getting your right to drive in both states reinstated. You should consider getting representation from someone who is licensed in both states to assist you in getting your DL valid.

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