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Can I get a work permit if I have a DWI?

Maybe. A first-time DWI offender, with a low test reading (.15 or less), is eligible for a work permit after 15 days of revocation. A work permit allows a driver to drive between home and work/school during specific times of day.

If you’re not eligible for a work-permit you still have options for driving after a DWI license revocation. Drivers not eligible for a work permit may drive under a limited license with an ignition interlock device.

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David Balmer established the Balmer Law Office with one overriding goal: provide aggressive, high-caliber criminal and DWI defense for good people facing serious charges throughout the state of Minnesota. Read More

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