New DUI Laws

On January 1, 2016, a change to the DUI laws will take effect.  The legislation eliminates statutory periods where a driver could not obtain relief from a statutory summary suspension or DUI revocation.  Examples of this is allowing drivers to obtain a Monitored Device Driving Permit from day the first day of the suspension and second-offender DUI drivers will be eligible to apply for a Restricted Driving Permit (RDP) from the first day of the suspension  For more information on these laws, contact our experienced DUI attorneys.

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