Can a Judge Order Sanctions in an Oklahoma DUI Case

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Question: Can the judge order any sanctions against my drivers license in an Oklahoma DUI case?

Answer: In certain instances a judge can order some administrative action against the license as a result of the criminal side. You don’t see it that often. Generally, licensing actions are, ultimately they’re all going to be handled through the Department of Public Safety. The judge can just order it and send that notice to the DPS, and DPS would take the action against the person’s license. But it’s very rare that we see the courts actually ordering an adverse action against somebody’s license. It does happen, but it’s rare. Normally if there’s some adverse action from the criminal case it’s because someone has gotten a conviction and it’s just an automatic revocation under a different statute.

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