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Ky DUI Driving Privileges

The best way to avoid DUI penalties is to avoid driving while intoxicated.  That said, if you are charged with a DUI, the best way to minimize and possibly avoid penalties, is to hire an experienced DUI criminal attorney.   In Kentucky driving privileges may be available after a DUI conviction only after the minimum suspension period has expired. If you refused a breathalyzer your license will be pretrial suspended when you make your first court appearance. If you have a pretrial suspension, you are not eligible for driving privileges. A suspension for refusal is up to 120 days. An experienced DUI and criminal defense lawyer can explain options that you may have with a pretrial suspension. If you did not refuse the breath or blood test in Kentucky, there will not be a pretrial suspension for a first offense. The license suspension for first offense is 30-120 days. A convicted defendant is eligible for hardship driving privileges after the first 30 days. Hardship privileges can be granted for employment, school, medical and alcohol treatment/DUI classes. If you have been arrested for DUI you should know all of your rights as well as chances of success at trial or suppression hearings. In Northern Kentucky contact me for more answers and counsel. Mike Bouldin. Call 859-581-6453 or email Mike@bouldinlawfirm.com. Have Emily schedule an appointment if I am not available.

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