Published by KP
in Driving On A Suspended License
· 12/12/2013 22:42:36
In Orange County, Volusia County, Polk County, Seminole County, Lake County, Osceola County and Flagler County 29,274 suspended license cases with knowledge occurred in 2012.
Daytona Beach area DUI arrests have fallen steadily for the last five years from 2,600 arrests down to 1,537.
The Bureau of Administrative Reviews recently changed the rules for getting a hardship license allowing the driver to potentially avoid the hard suspension. To avoid the hard suspension the driver must waive the right to a hearing to challenge administrative suspension from a Daytona Beach DUI. Being able to drive is beneficial for many DUI suspects but the new process also waives the right to challenge the suspension and can increase the upfront cost.