Yes, here are the details.

If you refused chemical testing or you submitted to a breath test and the BAC results were a .08 or higher then the officer who cited you is required to confiscate your valid driver’s license and issue you a 7 day temporary permit. The temporary permit is a document with the title at the top “Affidavit and Notice of Revocation.” You will see information about the temporary permit at the bottom of the document. If you do not request a revocation hearing at the DMV within 7 days, your license is revoked on day 8. Once you request the hearing your temporary license will remain in effect until the hearing is held.

If you submitted to a blood sample being drawn, then the officer will not confiscate your license immediately. However, once a blood test is completed and if your BAC is a .08 or higher the officer will notify DMV of the results and DMV will send you a notice of license revocation in the mail. The notice will inform you that your license will be revoked on a date certain (approximately 1 week) unless you request a hearing prior to the date your license is revoked. You should go to the DMV to request a hearing and surrender your driver’s license in order to receive a temporary license. Your temporary license will remain in effect until the hearing is held.

In Colorado Springs, go to the DMV at 2447 N. Union Blvd. https://www.google.com/maps/place/2447+N+Union+Blvd,+Colorado+Springs,+CO+80909/@38.8673387,-104.7947786,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x87134586d5ea590d:0x99a8a401290607bd!8m2!3d38.8673345!4d-104.7925899

If you get a DUI, call us immediately. We are passionate about representing our clients charged with DUI and DWAI. The consultation is free. Call us at 719-301-7500 or email us at info@maherandmaherlaw.com

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