When am I eligible for a limited license?

EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2011:

(a) First Offense of .08% but less than .16%:

If this is your first offense and you are under .16%, you may obtain a limited license fifteen days after the 7-day temporary license has expired (i.e. 22 days after the date of your arrest).

You will receive your full license after 90 days.  If you are under 21 years of age the license revocation is for a minimum of 180 days.

(b) First Offense of .16% or more:

The license revocation penalty is for one year and you are not eligible for a limited license.

(c) Second Offense within ten years, or third offense on record of .08% but less than .16%:

The license revocation penalty is for one year and you are not eligible for a limited license.

(d) Second Offense within ten years of .16% or more:

The license revocation penalty is for a minimum of two years.

(e) Third Offense within ten years:

The license revocation penalty is for a minimum of three years.

(f) Fourth Offense within ten years:

The license revocation penalty is for a minimum of four years.

(g) Fifth or More Offense:

The license revocation period is for a minimum of six years.

Effective July 1, 2011, a “Refusal to submit to testing” also carries the following draconian penalties:

First Offense Refusal:  The license revocation period is a minimum of one year.

Second Offense Refusal:  The license revocation period is a minimum of two years.

Third Offense Refusal:  The license revocation period is for a minimum of three years.

Fourth Offense Refusal:  The license revocation period is for a minimum of four years.

Fifth or More Offense:  The license revocation period is for a minimum of six years.

Contact Minneapolis DWI Attorney F. T. Sessoms:

If your license has been revoked for a DWI or DUI arrest, please contact Minneapolis DWI Attorney F. T. Sessoms at once. I will explain how we can challenge the revocation of your license and get your ability to drive immediately restored!!