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rdhperry

Junior Member
What is the name of your state? CALIF
I've got a probationary license that will allow me to drive to school/work but I must attend DUI classes, which I can't afford-being a starving student. What are the consequences if I don't attend? I suspect my license will be suspended/revoked........but for how long? The financial costs due-I chose to spend 2d in jail since I didn't have the funds
 


CdwJava

Senior Member
rdhperry said:
What is the name of your state? CALIF
I've got a probationary license that will allow me to drive to school/work but I must attend DUI classes, which I can't afford-being a starving student. What are the consequences if I don't attend? I suspect my license will be suspended/revoked........but for how long? The financial costs due-I chose to spend 2d in jail since I didn't have the funds
Your probation could be violated and you could have to go to jail. Also, your license will be suspended until such time as you complete the course and any additional fines that result. At that point, any vehicle you drive (yours, a friend's, mom's or dad's ...) is subject to 30 day impound as well as a new criminal offense.

Got a bus pass?

- Carl
 

BigMistakeFl

Senior Member
BigMistakeFl

Right; you won't outrun these penalties. That's been tried before. They will follow you and only worsen. Get them done, find a friend with a car, take the bus, ride a bike, whatever. Get in there and get it done now.
 

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