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Immediate Driver License Suspension:  Coto de Caza 

GRUPS (Age 21 and older)

August 24,  2006 

The administrative license suspension program, known as “Admin Per Se”  (APS) was signed into law as a stonger deterrent to drunk driving.

The DMV is required to suspend or revoke the driving privilege of any person arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol or a combination of alcohol and drugs (DUI), who:

  • Show a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) level of 0.09% or more, or

  • Takes a blood or urine test and the officer believes that the driver is at or above a 0.08% BAC, or

  • Refuses to take or fails to complete a blood, breath or urine test to determine his/her BAC.

Source:  DMV DS 624(REV. 1/2004) http://www.dmv.ca.gov

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