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The officer punched a hole in my license. Do I have to stop driving?

No, your license is valid for at least sixty days following the date of your arrest. If you request a hearing on the order of suspension (which will automatically be mailed to you by the DOL) the hearing must be held before the sixty days have elapsed. However, you must request a hearing to contest the suspension within 20 days of arrest or you will lose your right to do so and your license will be automatically suspended on the sixtieth day. See your attorney for further information on the status of your license and what can be done to protect it from suspension.

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