Q: What happens when first get as dui
I got a DUI and its my first offense. I was told I can't leave my county . I have a job which requires for me to drive to and from work. Also on Fridays I drive 2 hrs to a different county because I meet halfways with my baby daddy so that I can have my kids during the weekend and on Sundays I ho and drop them back off. Will I be able to get a restricted licence , and if so , will I be allowed to drive outside of my county SK that I can pick them up and drop them off?
A: You need to request a DMV hearing within 10 days of your arrest to make sure that your license isn't automatically suspended on day 30. The requirement not to leave the county is confusing, presumably you haven't seen a judge so there can't be an "order" limiting your travel. You should contact a local DUI defense attorney to discuss your license, travel ban, the facts of your case, possible defenses and possible outcomes. Many DUI defense lawyers offer free consultations, you should take advantage of this.
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