If you have been arrested for driving while intoxicated, your license may be suspended under Louisiana's "Implied Consent" law also known as an "administrative" suspension. You may lose your license prior to your court case being resolved under this law. Click the link to read more about license suspension prior to conviction.
Under Louisiana law, an ignition interlock is required for anyone with a prior alcohol violation on their driving record, if a child age 12 or younger was present in the vehicle, or if there is an injury. In these instances, an ignition interlock will be required upon reinstatement of your driving privileges. Click the link in this sentence to read more about ignition interlock as a condition of reinstatement and other important facts about ignition interlock requirements.
If your driving privileges have been suspended due to a DWI arrest or conviction, you may be eligible for a hardship license that will allow limited driving privileges during your suspension. Click the link at the end of this sentence to read more about hardship license requirements and eligibility.
If you have been convicted of driving while intoxicated in Louisiana, your driver's license is subject to suspension under the law. Click the following link for more information about license suspension post conviction.
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