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I was recently pulled over in Maryland for the first time and arrested for DUI/DWI. I agreed to blow in breathalyzer but it was insufficient. I have been reading many cases and searching online. It seems to suggest going to the MVA hearing is like throwing money out the window since I can't medically prove why I was having difficult time exhaling at that time.. I'm thinking about letting my temporary license expire and take the 120 days suspension. I am aware it will be extremely difficult without vehicle given my location but I secretly want to do that (if it's not for me, at least for the environment). I guess my question is, will I have to take the written and driving test after the 120 day suspension to get my full license back?? Also, will that decision affect the outcome in court
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