If you are cited for operating under the influence of alcohol or drugs, you can lose your license in two ways. First, the Bureau of Motor Vehicles can suspend your privilege to drive administratively. This is not a criminal conviction. If you are convicted in court, the state will take away your license and impose a fine. However, your suspension is usually served concurrently, meaning any suspension that has already been served will be credited to your court suspension and vice-versa.
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