if you have been convicted in both cases, you will not be eligible for a limited permit until you have served 12 months of the suspension. Then you should be able to get an Ignition Interlock Permit, if the judge ordered you to install such a device in your second case. That would enable you to drive for business or school for six months. After that you could get your license reinstated if you have completed a state-approved 17-week rehab program
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