My son got a dui. They did the breathalizer test. His results were a little more than double the legal limit of the .08. We r confused on the Dirvers Hearing Request. Does it get filled out or not? it cost 200 dollars. What will happen next.?
Nothing at this point. We went to his arranment. He does not think he has to fill out and turn in the Driver's Hearing Request form with the $200.
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What State did this happen in?
Thank you, XXXXX XXXXX in the state of Washington. My son is 21 yrs old. first dui.
He would have 20 days from the date of arrest, to request a hearing. This is separate and apart from the court hearing and he would need to pay the $200, unless he is found indigent. Here is a link that provides all the forms and links, to request the hearing and pay.
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