If this is your first offense, you will be eligible to reinstate with interlock after 1 month of no driving. You will be required to have interlock and sr22 for 2 years, but you are eligible after 1 month of no driving as long as you do not have any priors. The key is to ensure you submit the correct paperwork in time to avoid any unneccessary delays in processing.
I'm guessing you must have won the hearing at the DMV if you are concerned about losing your license at sentencing?
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There are always options for you. As Mr. Orr described, you have a process to get your license reinstated in short order. If you did not win your DMV hearing, or you never knew you had one, you are going to want to call the DMV and see what the status of your driving privilege is.
I would echo both of the prior responses and would just add that the suspension could be longer if this is not your first alcohol related driving offense.
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