It's possible to regain some driving privileges after a DUI conviction. Work, school, and family all have demands on your time, and many of these obligations require being able to drive. After a DUI conviction, your driver's license is often the first thing you lose.
In this video, you can learn how you might be able to get a restricted driver's license after a DUI conviction. There are a few ways to obtain a restricted license, and you'll need to be familiar with state statutes to understand what your options are. The DMV can be a great resource in determining how to get yourself back on the road.
Amy Morell Law specializes in DUI law in California and can help you get the flexibility you need to keep some of your driving privileges. To learn more, visit us online or call 877 - 366 - 9440