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The 20-Day Order Lets You Keep Driving after a DWI Conviction

If you wind up being convicted for Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) in New York, or related offenses (DWAI, Aggravated DWI, DWAI/Drugs, Drugs and Alcohol Combined DWAI), your driver’s license will be suspended/revoked for 90 days (DWAI), six months (DWI) or more depending upon the offense and any prior convictions or other penalty enhancements.

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