First, call DMV Driver Safety to get a hearing set up with the DMV. You have 10 days to request that hearing in order to avoid automatic license suspension. You should notify the board, but they will likely send you some paperwork to complete anyway.
Second, call some local attorneys and get a consult. Go over the details of the stop, arrest, and investigation and see what can be done. You may have a defense available to you that would be sufficient to get the charges reduced or dismissed. Most attorneys, including myself, offer free consultations.
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See BRN-specific answer to your duplicate post.
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