Consequences of failing to complete a chemical test during your recent second DUI arrest?
If you were recently arrested for a second DUI within the past 10 years and you either refused to complete or failed to complete the chemical test as requested by the police officer, you are looking at a 2 year “hard” suspension of your California drivers license with no ability to obtain a restricted license.
DUI cases deemed “chemical test refusals” are ineligible for the ignition interlock device which would otherwise allow an individual to obtain a restricted license for a 2nd DUI offense.
For a commercial drivers license, it is also a life long disqualification of your commercial drivers license.
To avoid the 2 year hard suspension, an experienced DUI attorney must contact DMV within 10 days of your second DUI arrest, set the DMV appointment, and win the refusal DMV hearing.
For more helpful information about the consequences of your second DUI offense on your drivers license, call 877-717-2889 to speak to your experienced DUI lawyer now....