Driving Under the Influence, Immediate Driver License Suspension, Drivers Age 21 and Older, Restricted License Eligibility
You may be eligible for a noncommercial restricted driver license if this is your first DUI offense and you completed a chemical test and the results showed a BAC level of 0.08% or more, you were 21 years of age or older and your driving privilege is not suspended or revoked for some other reason. If you have a commercial driver license, you must downgrade to a class C. If you were cited in a noncommercial vehicle you may be eligible for a restriction to drive to and from a DUI treatment program and to/from and during course of employment only. If you were cited in a commercial vehicle you may be eligible for a restriction to drive to/from a DUI treatment program only.
If you are arrested or charged with a DUI or
DUI with Injury, contact Christine McGuire, former prosecutor and Santa Cruz DUI Defense Attorney.