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Length of Suspension or Revocation for Testing Over the Limit in Missouri

Not sure if you need a St. Louis suspended license lawyer? If you have not had any previous alcohol-related convictions or suspensions in the five year period preceding your current arrest, the suspension period will be for a period of 90 days. You may be eligible for a restricted driving privilege for the entire period if you have an ignition interlock device installed on your vehicle and file proof of insurance (“Sr-22”). Otherwise, you will not be able to drive during the first 30 days of the suspension, but may be eligible for a restricted driving privilege for the balance of the suspension period. The Missouri license reinstatement requirements can be daunting to understand and mistakes could have grave consequences.

If you have a previous DWI or BAC conviction, administrative alcohol suspension or chemical refusal on your driving record within the past five years, the revocation period will be for one year.  For the first 30 days of the revocation, you will not be able to drive legally. After the 30 day “hard walk” period, you may be eligible for a restricted driving   if you have an ignition interlock device installed on your vehicle and file proof of insurance (“Sr-22”). You will also be required to keep the interlock on your vehicle for an addition six months from the time your license is reinstated.

There may still be time for you to take action to protect your rights. Put our decades of experience and reputation for results on your side with one phone call to a St. Louis suspended driver’s license lawyer from Ward & Associates who will fight for you to get you back on the road.

Contact a St. Louis suspended license lawyer at Ward & Associates

For an experienced St. Louis suspended license lawyer, (866) 449-3244 is the toll-free number to call from the St. Louis metro area, Washington, and other Missouri cities, such as Clayton, Maryland Heights, Town and Country, Creve Coeur, Arnold, O’Fallon, St. Charles, Chesterfield, Cottleville, Foristell, Overland, Richmond Heights, Columbia, Kansas City, Rolla, Springfield, Kirksville, and Cape Girardeau.

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