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Raytown Branch Office
Motor Vehicle and Drivers' License Fee Office

Jackson County

 

6138 Raytown Trfy
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Raytown , Missouri
64133-3863

816-358-7700

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Other Raytown , Missouri DUI Information

 

Administrative Suspension on Arrest for a DUI: yes RSMo. 302.505 ADMINISTRATIVELY, HOW LONG WILL THE DRIVER BE SUSPENDED OR REVOKED IN A MISSOURI DUI / DWI CASE? IS THE DRIVER ELIGIBLE FOR A HARDSHIP LICENSE IF CONVICTED, AND IF SO, WHEN? MISSOURI DUI / DWI CHEMICAL TEST FAILURE CASES In a Missouri DUI / DWI case, if a driver takes and fails a chemical breath test, and he or she has no alcohol-related contacts (as defined in RSMo. Section 302.525.1(3)) in the past five years, his or her license will be suspended for 90 days, the first 30 of which shall be without any restricted privileges. For such a suspension in a Missouri DUI / DWI case, for the next 60 days, the driver may receive a 60-day restricted license to drive in connection with his or her employment if he or she files either: an SR-22 insurance certificate OR timely files a trial de novo contesting the loss of the administrative hearing. RSMo. Section 302.525.2(1) and 302.309.5(H). In a Missouri DUI / DWI case, if a driver takes and fails a chemical breath test and he or she does have an alcohol-related enforcement contact in his or her driving record, the license will be revoked for one year and the driver is ineligible for a restricted or hardship license for any period of time during the revocation. RSMo. Section 302.525.2(2) & 302.309.3(5)(H).

Administrative Suspension for a Refusal: yes RSMo. 577.041 ADMINISTRATIVELY, HOW LONG WILL THE DRIVER BE SUSPENDED OR REVOKED IN A MISSOURI DUI / DWI CASE? IS THE DRIVER ELIGIBLE FOR A HARDSHIP LICENSE IF CONVICTED, AND IF SO, WHEN? MISSOURI DUI / DWI CHEMICAL TEST REFUSAL CASES In a Missouri DUI / DWI case, if a driver refuses to take a chemical test, his or her license shall be revoked for one year, and he or she is eligible for a hardship license after 90 days. RSMo. Section 577.041.3 & 302.309.3(5)(E). For refusals in Missouri DUI / DWI cases, the driver must file proof of SR-22 insurance to receive a hardship license after 90 days, which may be obtained directly from the Director of Revenue. However, if in a Missouri DUI / DWI chemical test refusal case the driver refused a chemical test and has a prior chemical revocation for a refusal on his or her driving record, the license shall be revoked for one year and the driver is ineligible for a hardship license. RSMo. Section 302.309.3(5)(F).

How Do I Obtain My License Back After an Administrative Suspension of My License?: HOW LONG WILL A DRIVER LOSE HIS OR HER DRIVING PRIVILEGES AS A RESULT OF THIS CURRENT DWI ARREST IF A CONVICTION IS TAKEN ON THE DRIVER'S DRIVING RECORD? IS THE DRIVER ILLEGIBLE FOR A HARDSHIP LICENSE, AND IF SO, WHEN? If the current Missouri DUI / DWI charge against the driver results in a DWI or BAC conviction, where there are no alcohol-related traffic offenses on the driver's record, the driver will receive 8 points on his or her license and the driver's license will be lost for 90 days, assuming there are no other points previously on the driving record which could increase the suspension to a revocation. RSMo. Section 302.302.1(8) & Section 302.304(5). The driver is illegible for a hardship license after the first 30 days, assuming nothing on his or her driving record prevents it. He or she must file an SR-22 insurance compliance form with Director of Revenue. RSMo. Section 302.309.3(5)(A). If the current Missouri DUI / DWI charge against the driver results in a BAC conviction, where the driver has one DWI or BAC conviction on his or her driving record obtained at any time, the driver will receive 12 points on his or her license and the driver's license will be revoked for one year. RSMo. Section 302.302.1(9). The driver is illegible for a hardship license after the first 30 days, assuming nothing on his or her driving record prevents it. He or she must file an SR-22 insurance compliance form with Director of Revenue. RSMo. Section 302.309.3(5)(A). If the current Missouri DUI / DWI charge against the driver results in a DWI conviction, where the driver has a DWI conviction on his or her driving record within 5 years of the assessment of this conviction by the Director of Revenue, the driver will receive 12 points on his or her license and the driver's license will be revoked for one year. There is also a five-year denial of the ability for the driver to have his or her license reinstated, so two DWI convictions within a five-year period effectively results in a five-year loss of the driver's license. See RSMo. Section 302.060(10). A driver is eligible for a hardship license in such a Missouri DUI / DWI case after two years, except where by Missouri law they are otherwise ineligible. The driver is otherwise ineligible under the statute if: this current offense is a felony; the driver has two chemical test refusals on his or her driving record; etc. The list is long. See RSMo. Section 302.060(10).

Can I Get My License Back Early After An Administrative License Suspension?: see c above

How Do I Get My License Back if Suspended Because of A DUI Conviction?: Apply for a license with the Missouri Director of Revenue when the Missouri license suspension / revocation is finished: must: pay reinstatement fee; complete the appropriate SATOP (Substance Abuse Traffic Offender Program); and post certificate of proof of SR-22 high-risk insurance, and carry the insurance for two years.

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