If you fail a chemical test for alcohol and you had a prior alcohol-related charge in the past five years, the DMV will suspend your license for

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  • 90 days.
  • 1 year.
  • 30 days.

Explanation

If you fail a chemical test for alcohol and you had a prior alcohol-related charge in the past five years, the DMV will suspend your license for one year. Note that this is an administrative penalty, not a criminal penalty. If you are convicted of the charge, the court may suspend your license for three more years and impose other criminal penalties. , ,

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