Generally, yes you can. Here is the Information:
- Unless otherwise instructed by the Judge at your First Appearance, you can drive until midnight on the 10th day from receiving the DUI citation.
- You must have the DUI citation on your person when you are driving at all times, either in your wallet or glove compartment.
- If you are caught driving for any reason during this 10 day period and do not have the DUI citation to present to the officer, you can be arrested for driving on a DUI suspension.
Jeffrey Meldon Tip: Remember you have 10 days to apply for a Gainesville/Alachua County DMV Formal Review Hearing (FRH) and only 10 days. Check out this library article for more information.
Remember, the only sure way of avoiding the lifelong consequences of a DUI conviction is to not drink and drive!
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