AZ DUI HelpSince DUI and DWI’s include driving, the Department of Motor Vehicles is also involved in your case. In addition to the judge in your criminal case issuing an order to suspend or revoke your driver’s license as part of your penalty, upon a report from the police department after your arrest on a DWI/DUI charge, the DMV automatically suspends your license for 90 days upon a BAC of .08% or higher in blood or breath checking, or for a year upon an arrestee’s denial to undergo testing. However, you may challenge this suspension if you meet the needed criteria.

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