Commercial drivers may not operate a commercial vehicle with a .04% or more Blood Alcohol Level. If they are convicted of a DUI offense operating a non-commercial vehicle:

(1) First Offense will result in a one year loss of commercial driving privileges;

(2) Second Offense will result in a lifetime loss of commercial driving privilege.

There are many ways to keep commercial driver's license despite charged with a DUI. However, one must successfully navigate both DMV and Court or get a Not Guilty of Driving with a .08% or more BAC. If one wins a DMV Hearing and is convicted of a non-DUI offense, there will be no loss of license or commercial license.

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Joshua Price; The Lawyer Who Saved My Career
“As a government employee at a state correctional facility I thought my life was over when I was charged with a felony DUI."

I will always be grateful.
"I personally got my DUI dismissed in its entirety.  All the back up research I did for SR-22 and bus routes and everything I was able to completely let off my shoulders because of Josh."

Awesome guy, and hell of a hard worker!
"He was honest with me when need be and patient to walk me through the ins and outs of each detail pertaining to the whole craziness of getting a DUI."

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