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If I get a DUI in VA, can I move to AL during my restricted

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If I get a DUI in VA, can I move to AL during my restricted driver's license period?
Hi - my name is XXXXX XXXXX I'm a Criminal Law litigation attorney here to assist you.

Yes, this should not prevent you from moving out of state because it is not a felony charge.

If you're placed on probation, you'll just have to transfer it from Va to Al, which is simple and is done all the time.

As long as the judge doesn't restrict your rights to travel out of state - which is highly unlikely - you should be fine.
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