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Sonoma Zero-Tolerance DUI Pink Temporary

If someone is validly licensed and insured prior to a Sonoma County DUI arrest, and if the police officer took the arrestee's license, confiscated it, and failed to return it to the driver, and instead handed them a "Pink Temporary License," then typically most people may drive with that pink temporary license for 30 days from the date of arrest. This rule or allowance usually is not affected by the age of the driver.

In most cases a local Santa Rosa DUI attorney can help extend that first 30-day pink license for at least another 30-90 days or more, until we know the outcome of any license suspension exposure in the Sonoma DUI case (both in court and at the separate DMV hearing). In addition, the best Sonoma DUI lawyers can, and do, beat DMV cases, avoiding any required time off the road at all.

Watch our Sonoma DUI lawyer video short about the pink temporary license by clicking here: Jake's Short Instruction Video. Click on Ten Tips for the First 48 Hours After Arrest on this site for a more detailed discussion about the pink temporary license and the DMV, and click on Anatomy of a DUI on this site for a typical view of the entire DUI process. Consult with a Sonoma County DUI lawyer about your specific case.

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Dave Jake Schwartz is an Honors Graduate from UC Hastings Law School, and UC Davis, former Federal Judicial Clerk, and Nationally Qualified Sobriety Tests Practitioner. Member of the California Bar for 30 years, Sonoma County resident for over 20 years, handles only DUI cases, including thousands of Sonoma County DUIs and DMV hearings: first/multiple offenders, minors, seniors, tourists, undocumented immigrants, veterans, probation violations, suspended license, public intoxication, open container, minor in possession, child endangerment, collisions, hit and run, evading, resisting arrest.

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