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DUII Implied Consent Suspension Information

Posted by attorney Robert Crow
Filed under: DUI

DUII Implied Consent Suspension Information

If you have been charged with a DUII, time is sensitive. Oregon has an implied consent law that requires you, as a driver, to consent to a breath test, urine sample, or blood draw upon request by law enforcement or face a suspension of your license.

ACTION

STANDARD SUSPENSION no prior in the past 5 years/waiting period for hardship permit

ENHANCED SUSPENSION LENGTH

Prior in the past 5 years/waiting period for hardship permit

Breath Test Failure

90 days/30 days

1 year/1year

Breath Test Refusal

1 year/90 days

3 years/3 year

Blood Test Failure

90 days/30 days

1 year/1 year

Blood Test Refusal

1 year/90 days

3 years/3year

Urine Test Failure

None

None

Urine Test Refusal

1 year/180 days

3 years/3 years

You have only 10 days from the date of arrest to request a hearing to contest the suspension of your driving privileges for a breath test failure or refusal.

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