I was arrested in April and now after two extensions my official date is Monday the 22nd. Went through the Hardship process, DUI school, etc. Should I drive there or get there interdependently? Not sure if my current restricted license is taken away or my car impounded at the same time. Can't seem to find the answer. I know they have to boot it and I will have to have the IID device installed. How does all of this get scheduled? Thanks in advance.
Do you have a lawyer?
If so then ask your lawyer and if not then you should have one.
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Are you resolving your DUI on that court date? If you are, and part of the plea deal Includes the suspension of your drivers license then your license is suspended as of that specific date and you should not drive until you get the hardship license re extended. However, if you have an attorney, you should ask your attorney these questions. If you do not have an attorney, you should contact a local attorney to discuss.
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