Will I Lose My License After a DUI?

Clients who have been arrested for drunk driving in Connecticut often ask, “Will I lose my license after a DUI?” Watch this video to learn how I can help.

Question:

Will I lose my license after a DUI?

Answer:

When people are charged with a DUI in Connecticut, one of their main concerns is whether they’re going to have a license suspension. The answer to that is it depends on how many DUIs you have had. Will I Lose My License After a DUI? If this is your very first DUI and you’ve never been stopped for a DUI in Connecticut or any other state, you will have a 45-day license suspension. You should be able to get a work or school permit, as needed, to cover you during this period of time, too.
If it is not your very first DUI suspension and if you have already used the alcohol education program in the past, you will not be able to drive for 45 days at which point an ignition interlock device will be installed in your vehicle. Depending on whether you have a prior DUI or not is what makes it possible for you to drive without interruption or not. If you are facing such issues, call us. I will help you through it.


Were you or a loved one charged with drunk driving in Connecticut and have questions about losing your license?
Contact experienced Connecticut DUI defense lawyer Erin Field to schedule a free, confidential consultation.
Let me help you take back control of your life.

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