What is the 10 day rule?

by Craig M. Sturm on Nov. 02, 2020

Criminal DUI-DWI Criminal Criminal  Misdemeanor 

Summary: DUI 10 day rule

 

If you are arrested for a DUI, a DMV APS hearing MUST be requested in writing within Ten days of the arrest date. If a hearing is not requested within the first ten days of the arrest, you forfeit your right to challenge the suspension. The arresting officer will confiscate your driver's license and give you an Order of Suspension/Revocation, which includes a temporary driver's license for 30 days.

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