You're very lucky. A second DUI would have gotten your license suspended for life. In fact, if the DA prosecutes they will use weak science to make it appear that your BAC was above a .08 at the time of driving. If you are convicted of DUI you will never have a commercial license again.
Get money together for an experienced DUI lawyer. You might not need it if they don't file, but if they do, you'd better fight for your life.
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Was the BAC .06 for the new DUI arrest or the prior one. In either event you need an attorney and make sure you contact the DMV within 10 days of the arrest.
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DMV set aside the suspension because your BAC is under .08. If the DA files charges against you (not likely based on what you've described), hire an attorney and fight the case. If you plead guilty or lose, your commercial license is gone forever. Good luck.
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