Written by attorney James Edward Monroe | May 24, 2016

Conditional Driver’s License

One of the first steps the government will take after you have been arrested for DWI or DWAI is to suspend your driver’s license. There are ways to fight the suspension pending prosecution, but if you cannot avoid having your license suspended, you may still be able to obtain a conditional license. Below are facts about what a conditional license is and when you can and can’t get one.

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