Yes. In San Mateo at least it's common to get the court and DMV suspensions to run concurrent. Make sure your attorney asks for this though-its not always automatic.
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Don't forget to set up your SR-22 insurance, enroll in the first offender program, then get your restricted license asap. You will be able to obtain it after your 30-day "hard" suspension that resulted from the DMV APS hearing holding.
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