There's really only one way to find out. Either you or an attorney must get your case on calendar to try to modify your terms of probation. Your chances of succeeding are higher with a locally experienced DUI attorney. Good luck.
I would want to review your terms and conditions of probation from both cases. If you had an attorney for those cases I would consult with him/her. If you didn't have an attorney then contact an AVVO attorney qualified in DUI?DMV matters. I find it strange that the DMV required the IID in an Orange County case on a 1st offense. When you meet with an attorney bring in all of the paperwork you were provided AND a DMV printout of your CDL history. Good luck.
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