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8. Will my license be suspended?

In a typical Napa County adult first DUI case with no allegation of refusal, injury or other aggravating circumstances, and no viable legal defenses or other mitigating factors, there may be a four, six or ten month suspension as a result of DMV proceedings, court proceedings, or both. Click on TEN TIPS FOR GETTING YOUR LICENSE BACK FROM DMV on this site for a more detailed discussion of the separate court and DMV suspensions.

In a typical second DUI case with no successful defenses, the driver license is usually suspended for a minimum of 90-days or one year, depending on the facts of the case and the defendant's legal history.

In some cases a local Napa DUI attorney can help eliminate any actual suspension at all if successful defenses are presented in your case. There are many ways to fight a DUI. Click on TEN TIPS FOR FIGHTING A DUI on this site for a more detailed discussion. Consult with a local Napa DUI lawyer about your specific case.


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Dave Jake Schwartz is an Honors Graduate from UC Hastings Law School, and UC Davis, former Federal Judicial Clerk, and Nationally Qualified Sobriety Tests Practitioner. Member of the California Bar for 30 years, Wine Country resident for over 20 years, handles only DUI cases, including thousands of North Bay DUIs and DMV hearings: first/multiple offenders, minors, seniors, tourists, undocumented immigrants, veterans, probation violations, suspended license, public intoxication, open container, minor in possession, child endangerment, collisions, hit and run, evading, resisting arrest.



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