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2. I just got arrested for OVUII. What happens next?

Posted on Jan 13, 2017 in

If you got arrested for OVUII (“DUI”), the Administrative Driver’s License Revocation Office (ADLRO) generally has 8 calendar days for an alcohol related offense (or 22 calendar days for a drug related offense) in which to process a review decision.  The review decision will tell you whether your driver’s license is revoked (and for how long), or if your license is not revoked. 

You have 3 calendar days for an alcohol-related offense (or 17 calendar days for a drug related offense) from the date you were issued your notice of administrative revocation (NOAR) by the law enforcement officer when you were arrested to submit written information to the ADLRO stating why your license should not be revoked.  You may use the Request to Reconsider Administrative Revocation of License form to do this.  Required forms are available on this website.