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Effect of a conviction on your right to hold a driver license

Effect of a conviction on your right to hold a driver license:

   Driver License Suspended for:
1st offense Conviction
(means non-deferred option)
 30 days
2nd offense Conviction
(means non-deferred option)
 60 days

If you successfully complete deferred disposition, you will not lose your driver license.  If your probation is revoked during your deferred term, you will lose your license.   If you do not complete your alcohol awareness course and/or community service hours, you will lose your driver license for up to 180 days.   If your driver license is ever suspended, DPS will require you pay them a $100 reinstatement fee.

For enhancement purposes; if you successfully complete deferred disposition or are convicted, your next alcohol related offense will be enhanced.

Last updated: 7/31/2009 9:24:13 AM