Unfortunately, no. Your license is gone for a year. Unless you succesfully appeal the decision (either through a DMV re-hearing or by petitioning to the superior court), your license is suspended for one year with no opportunity to get a restricted license.
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Your refusal to submit to a chemical test will suspend your license for one year. This is absolute (unless you get overturned by the court) and No restricted license is available.
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