If you are arrested for DUI, the Department of Licensing (DoL) will seek to take away your driver's license, whether you're ultimately found guilty and convicted or not. The court is not needed for the DoL to take action against you. In order to keep your driver's license, immediate action is necessary.
Whether you're found guilty or not the DoL will try to take your license. Find out how immediate action will help you keep it.
While the legal limit is .04, alcohol consumption and CDLs is practically zero tolerance in reality. Find out why.
The aviation industry is very intolerant of even an allegation of DUI and the suspension of a driver's license will ground you.
If you are convicted of a non-alcohol crime that suspends or revokes your driver's license, you may be able to get an Occupational Restricted License.
If convicted of DUI resulting the suspension of your license, and IIL might be your only option. Find out the requirements to get one.