Most of us know by now that if you are convicted of a DUI you’ll probably loose your license for a while. You may still be able to get limited permission to drive to work or your business, however. Generally, you would have to apply for a restricted type of license. You may even be able to ask the judge in your case to award it. There are various requirements for obtaining these kinds of licenses depending on the reasons why you lost your license in the first place and your particular driving needs. For assistance in about obtaining a restricted or hardship license, contact an attorney in your area today.
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