There are different programs some involving a license suspension. It is in your child's interest that you retain a criminal defense attorney to make sure that there won't be a license suspension.
I always suggest that you hire a criminal defense attorney to make sure you know all your options since the prosecutor isn't obligated to tell you all the options available.
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I agree with the answers you've received thus far; having the assistance of experienced legal counsel is always helpful in my opinion. Your alternative would be to address this at the magistrate's office involved. They should be able and willing to inform you about the license consequences if any. Good lcuk.