I understand the "hard" 30 day suspension (although I received no paper work explaining that from DMV), but I need to know how I can obtain a restricted license after 30 days.
Most of the responses to similar questions say I must complete a 3 month DUI class (instead of the 12 hour class imposed by the court) but if the DMV suspension is 4 months and the class is 3 months, wouldn't that mean I can only have a restricted license for 1 month? Maybe I'm reading it wrong and I only need to be "enrolled" in one of these classes?
Lastly is there anyway out of having to take the 3 month class but take the 12hr instead? I understand it is significantly more money. And if all else fails, can I appeal the DMV hearing, and maybe get a lawyer?
I had a blood DRAW of .08 exactly
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