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Five (5) and Ten (10) Year License Denials

Any person who receives two convictions for driving while intoxicated or operating a motor vehicle with excessive blood alcohol content (“BAC”) within a five-year period will have their license denied, and they are not eligible for reinstatement for a period of five years.  Any person who receives three or more convictions for any combination of DWI or BAC (operating a motor vehicle with a blood alcohol content of .08% or more) within a life time will have their license denied, and they are not eligible for reinstatement for a minimum of 10 years.

For both five and ten year denials, a driver may apply for a limited privilege immediately, provided that the driver has no previous felony convictions on his or her driving record.  The driver will still have to serve any “hard walk” time resulting from an administrative alcohol suspension or revocation, chemical refusal, or point suspension or revocation resulting from a DWI or BAC conviction before being eligible for a limited driving privilege.

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