i need to drivbe again to care for my family the dui was taken off how do i get the impiied concent off???
Under Minnesota law, the criminal case resulting in potential jail time and fines is entirely separate from the civil Implied consent proceeding which results in the revocation of you rlicense.
To avoid a license revocation, you must essentially sue the state by servining and filing a Petitoin for Judicial review. That document must be served and filed within thirty (30) days of the issuance of the revocation notice. What happens in the criminal case does not impact the license revocation
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I agree with Mr. Ramsell. However, I am concerned with the second part of your answer: were you found guilty of refusing a chemical test even though the dui was dismissed in favor of a careless? More information may help me give you some guidance. Also - are you in Grand Rapids MI or MN? email@example.com
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