Bill AB1601 Takes Effect January 1, 2012

As of January 1, 2012, state courts will be authorized to order a ten year revocation of the driver’s license of anyone who has been convicted of three or more DUI offenses, if the court considers certain factors, including the amount of time since the last DUI convictions.

The bill also allows a person whose driver’s license has been revoked for ten years to apply to the California Department of Motor Vehicles, five years from the latest conviction, to have their driver’s license reinstated, subject to certain conditions. One factor to be considered is whether or not the person has been convicted of any other drug or alcohol related offenses during the revocation period, among other factors.

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