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Will I lose my driver’s license following conviction in my Florida drunk driving case?

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If you’re convicted of drunk driving, DUI, in the state of Florida, you are going to lose your license for a period of time. It could be as little as six months for your first offense and could go all the way up to a lifetime revocation if it’s your fourth or subsequent offense. And DUIs, they say, the more you get, the worse it gets. That’s why in the hands of an experienced DUI defense attorney, you want to get a lawyer working on your case as soon as possible, to try to mitigate the damage and even try to resolve your case to a lesser offense, like reckless driving, which doesn’t carry a mandatory revocation, and allows you to continue to live, thrive, and survive, and pick your life up, and continue on as if nothing happened.

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