For anyone who has suffered a DUI conviction in the past and/or lost an admin per se hearing at the DMV, having one’s drivers license suspended is a painful situation. One must resort to Uber, public transportation, carpooling, walking or biking instead of driving. One can lose a job or fall behind in school. Senate Bill (SB) 1046 attempts to strike a balance between the public policy of punishing DUI offenders without forcing unemployment. To read about this new law effective for those arrested for DUI on January 1, 2019 and after, click on the following link.