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Your drivers license will be revoked for not less than one year if you are convicted of:

Vehicular homicide;

Vehicular assault;

Criminally negligent homicide;

Driving a motor vehicle under influence of a controlled substance;

Driving under the influence / Driving while impaired / Driving with excessive alcoholic content;

Any felony in which a motor vehicle was used;

Failing to stop and render aid;

Perjury or false affidavit or statement under oath under any law relating to the ownership or operation of a motor vehicle;

Reckless driving three times in the last two years;

Two drunk driving convictions in the last five years.

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