Being convicted more than once for DWI can result in a long-term loss of license.
Two qualifying DWI convictions within 5 years will get you a 5 year denial.
Three qualifying convictions lifetime will get you a 10 year denial.
It is important to challenge the legality of the DWI charge in order to prevent the convictions.
During a denial, it is possible to obtain limited driving privileges if a court orders them.
Near the end of a denial, or after the prescribed time, you can get your license reinstated if a court orders it.
However, none of these things is automatic.
Consult with Cameron today to see if you are in need of legal help.