FAQs2019-04-20T22:41:19+00:00

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Frequently Asked Questions

Will I Lose My License?2019-04-08T18:39:02+00:00
  • If this is your first offense (within 10 years), and you qualify for the Accelerated Rehabilitative Disposition (ARD) Program, license suspension will be zero, one or two months, depending in which tier your BAC falls. You would be eligible to apply for the Ignition Interlock Limited License and serve your suspension “soft” with the interlock device for as long as you are suspended.
  • If this is your first offense (within 10 years), and you do NOT qualify for ARD, license suspension time will be zero or 12 months, depending in which tier your BAC falls. You would be eligible to apply for the Ignition Interlock Limited License (IILL) immediately and serve your suspension “soft” with the interlock device for as long as you are suspended.
  • If this is your second or subsequent offense within 10 years, license suspension time increases and eligibility for IILL becomes delayed, in that you must serve half of your suspension “hard “ (no driving) and the balance of suspension “soft” with IILL.
  • If you refused chemical testing, your license WILL be suspended for 12 or 18 months, depending on first or subsequent offense within 10 years, and half of the suspension must be served “hard” prior to IILL eligibility.
Am I Going to Jail?2019-03-27T20:00:01+00:00
  • If this is your first offense (within 10 years), and you qualify for the Accelerated Rehabilitative Disposition (ARD) Program, there will be no jail time.
  • If this is your first offense (within 10 years), and your BAC is .099% or lower (you did not refuse chemical testing), and you do NOT qualify for ARD (if there is an accident or a child in the car at the time of your arrest you will be excluded from the ARD program), there will be no jail time.
  • If this is your first offense (within 10 years), and your BAC is .10-.159% (you did not refuse chemical testing), and you do NOT qualify for ARD (if there is an accident or a child in the car at the time of your arrest you will be excluded from the ARD program), you will be subject to a minimum of 48 hours jail time.
  • If this is your first offense (within 10 years), and your BAC is .16% or higher OR there are drugs found in your blood (you did not refuse chemical testing), OR you refused chemical testing and you do NOT qualify for ARD (if there is an accident or a child in the car at the time of your arrest you will be excluded from the ARD program), you will be subject to a minimum of 72 hours jail time.

If this is your second or subsequent offense within 10 years, jail time increases exponentially.