At the beginning of 2022, the law regarding DUI diversion changed. DUIs are no longer eligible for diversion in California. Appeals are currently pending, which will hopefully reverse that decision to exclude DUIs from diversion. If successful, diversion would once again be applicable to DUIs in California. Please contact our office with any questions. Email us at abortellaw@gmail.com OR Call us at: (415) 523-7878

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Consequences Of Failing To Contest A License Suspension


If you’re over a 0.20, you might be looking at nine or ten months restricted driving after one month of no driving. And the timing is important. To get your restricted license, you need to be enrolled in a DUI school, and you need to have additional insurance, SR-22 insurance. So those are things you have to do, and until you do those and DMV has proof of that, your license will stay suspended and you can’t get a restricted license. So it’s important to look at the timing and not be remiss when you’re dealing with these penalties.

For more information on Failing To Contest A License Suspension, a free initial consultation is your next best step. Get the information and legal answers you are seeking by calling (415) 523-7878 today.

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