If you are suspected of driving under the influence, your first concern might be the possible criminal charges. However, you may also have your license revoked. For many, license suspension can be a huge problem, particularly if they need to drive to work or get their children to and from school. In Florida, a proposed transportation bill has been amended with the goal of helping certain categories of drivers acquire conditional licenses for necessary travel or to receive a reduced period of suspension.
Throughout the state of Florida law enforcement officers are on the roads, pulling over and arresting individuals for drunk driving. When someone is charged with drunk driving they will face not only the criminal case but a civil implied consent hearing as well. The outcome of the civil hearing determines whether a driver will lose his or her driver's license.