I am curious if I am eligible to apply for the B card restriction to be lifted from my license but I am not sure if the commissioner looks at last date of offense and use or is it based off of the date in which I was actually convicted?
They will use the last date of known use of alcohol, which could be the date of offense or later if you admitted to use after that in an assessment or had an alcohol-related contact with the police.
The date of last consumption / use.
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The last date of use is used. That may very well be the date of the last infraction.
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Mr. Patrin is correct its the last known use of alcohol on record.
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