If you have been convicted of a Virginia DUI, chances are that your driver's license was suspended or revoked. But you may be allowed to continue to drive with a restricted driver's license. A restricted license allows DUI offenders to drive under limited conditions.

For instance, with a restricted license you may be permitted to drive to work every day, or to pick your children up from school. To obtain a restricted driver's license, you will have to petition the judge at the time of your Virginia DUI conviction.

In order to receive your Virginia restricted driver's license, you will have to meet certain conditions. For instance, you will have to successfully complete a Virginia Alcohol Safety program. You will also have to pay the fees and fines required for your restricted license. The conditions of your license will be determined by a court, and they vary from case to case.

If you have recently been convicted of a Virginia DUI, and you want to drive on a restricted license, you can get the expert help of a Virginia DUI defense attorney. An attorney can petition the judge for a restricted license and request the terms under which you may be permitted to drive your vehicle.

If you have recently been charged with a Virginia DUI, you may want to know how to get a restricted driver's license. To learn more about restricted driver's licenses, read our article How To Get A Restricted License After A Virginia DUI 

Virginia DUI defense attorney Bob Battle has the experience and ability to help his clients use the prosecution's errors to mount a successful DUI defense. To learn more about Virginia DUI, get a free copy of Bob Battle's consumer guide, How to Choose a DUI Lawyer in Virginia. Or, contact 804-673-5600 to schedule your legal consultation today.

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