I had a BAC content of 0.09% but was only charged with a dwai in october and i got taken away 8 points from my license(i already had my criminal court), i dont know why but for some reason i got a letter this month saying they want to revoke my license. Would the time that passed by for them to send this letter have a positive outcome for me in the hearing? or will it have no effect? Also i have completed in level 1 alcohol classes and im on probation right now. They told me the results of my blood test but never got any paper with my test results, could i use any of this info to try and prevent my license from getting revoked? They changed my court date once because according to them they havent received my results, to me that seemed kind of suspisious because almost a month passed by.
It sounds very important that you win this hearing. Considering that, I'm not sure why you are trying to handle this yourself. You should hire a lawyer near you that handles those type of hearings. That will give you the best chances of turning your issues into winners.
At your service,
I am unclear based on your question if your license is being revoked based on a DUI conviction or because of excessive accumulation of DMV points. Regardless, I would recommend that you contact an attorney in your area that handles these matters to assist you in fighting the revocation/suspension.
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A BAC of .09 is within the per se range for a DUI. It sounds as though you pled to a DWAI and received 8 points when the conviction entered. If in fact you took a blood test you would have received a notice of revocation through the mail several weeks after the incident, if you have given them your current correct address.
Even if you pled the DUI down to a DWAI you still would get a DUI per se revocation at the DMV unless you requested and won the EC hearing. If it's a first DUI per se with no aggravating factors, you're looking at a 9 months revocation with the possibility of early reinstatement: After 30 days of no driving you can apply for an Interlock restricted license to serve out the remaining 8 months revocation.
Contact a DUI attorney for further information specific to your case.
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