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I was recently arrested for DUI, while parked, answering a cell phone call. I was a few blocks away from home. Blew a .08, barely. I drive for a living and though I understand my fault in this instance, I will almost certainly be out of work if I cannot drive. Is there a way to keep my license with the provision that it will only be for work? I will gladly submit to classes, AA, whatever it takes. I have many years invested in this position and it would be a grave blow to my family should I lose it. I'm ready to fight to keep it.
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