There are three types of hearings that are most common following a drunk driving arrest. The first one is the formal review, where drivers can challenge suspensions or revocations of their driving privileges and have legal counsel and witnesses present. The second one is the informal review. The hearing officer is the only person present for a review of all materials in the case file to challenge the suspension or revocation of a person’s driving privilege. The third and the last is the hardship hearings. Drivers can request business or employment-restricted licenses because of undue hardship resulting from the suspension or revocation of their driving privileges.
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