Will you have to serve the rest of your license ?
I'm not exactly sure what you are asking, but I'll take a shot. If you are asking what happens if you commit a crime (and are sent away?) while serving your DL suspension for DWI, will you have to finish that suspension when you get out. If that is your question, the answer is yes. That suspension period is now mandatory to serve in full before you can get your DL released, whether it takes 6 months or 6 years or more to complete.
This question makes absolutely no sense, asker, repost.
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This is yet another unusual-seeming question posted out of the very small town of Englad, Arkansas. Often, Avvo users from Great Britain mistakenly post their quesitons here thinking that they are posting in a forum for
England, the KIngdom. England, AR means the town of England in the State of Arkansas, USA. And I can assure you that very few lawyers here in Arkansas have the faintest inkling about British law. There are a few, but you will still get a more reliable answer if you post your question in a forum intended for Great Britain.
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