Following a DUI/OVWI case, defendants are often concerned about their driving privileges. The BMV will require SR-22 coverage for a minimum of three years following a conviction, and there may be a license suspension to deal with. If the suspension has not yet occurred, an order for Specialized Driving Privileges may be necessary. It’s important to know the status of one’s license and to be proactive about any discrepancies. If you have any questions about your driver’s license following a DUI/OVWI conviction, it is best to contact legal counsel.


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