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DWI with Commercial Drivers License

DWI with Commercial Drivers License

If you Get A DWI With a commercial drivers license or CDL, it may be suspended for 1 year (or 3 years if transporting hazardous material at the time) if you are convicted of:

1) operating a commercial or noncommercial motor vehicle while intoxicated in a public place

2) leaving the scene of an accident involving a motor vehicle driven by you;

3) using a motor vehicle in the commission of a felony ;

4) causing the death of another person through negligent or criminal operation of a motor vehicle; or operating a commercial motor vehicle with a suspended commercial drivers license.

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Your commercial drivers license may also be suspended for 1 year if:

1) you refuse to submit to a breath or blood test to determine your alcohol concentration;

2) the results of your breath or blood test show an alcohol concentration of .04 or more, or a controlled substance or drug was present in your body, while operating 

3) commercial motor vehicle in a public place; or

4) the results of your breath or blood test show an alcohol concentration of .08 or more, or a controlled substance or drug was present in your body, while operating a motor vehicle in a public place.

Your CDL may be suspended for life if:

1) you were convicted two or more times of one of the above-listed offenses in section 1, or a combination of those offenses, arising from two or more separate incidents;

2) you use a motor vehicle in the commission of a felony involving manufacturing or distributing controlled substances; or you were convicted of any combination of two or more of the above-listed offenses in section 1 and section 2, arising from two or more separate incidents.

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