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Streamed live on Nov 25, 2015
Orlando DUI Attorney, Amir Ladan of The Ladan Law Firm, P.A., answers the question: Will I lose my driver's license following conviction in my Florida drunk driving case?
In a Florida drunk driving case, if you are convicted, you will lose your license in a first offense for no less than 6 months and upwards of a year. In addition, you can expect to have a number of other consequences, including being put on probation for a year, being required to do the DUI Counterattack school which is a 12-hour DUI-related class, a drug and alcohol evaluation, the victim awareness panel, 50 hours of community service, a minimum fine of $500.00 plus court costs and other fees, as well as a 10-day vehicle impoundment. As you can see, the 6-month driver's license suspension at a minimum is only 1 of a number of sanctions that you suffer if you're convicted of a DUI, which is why it's so critical that you hire the best DUI lawyer that you can afford.