Operating After Revocation- Results from your driver's license being revoked (usually for OWI/OUI/DUI/DWI (driving intoxicated by drugs/alcohol) and getting caught driving. In the vast majority of states it's a criminal unclassified misdemeanor, leading to arrest and being booked and held until bail/bond hearing. Penalties for first offense in most states are 1 year additional license suspension after revocation period, up to 9 months in jail, and not more than $1000 fine.
Person 1: Man, I got caught OAR on my way in to work yesterday and got arrested. I had to wait until this morning to get a bail hearing to get out.
Person 2: Oh damn bro, what's going to happen now?
Person 2: I'm not sure man, they told me it can result in an extra year's suspension of my license, up to 9 months in jail and $1000 fine. I am so screwed.
Person 1: I'd get a good lawyer if I were you. You also need to stop into HR and explain what happened so you don't get fired for a no call/no show yesterday.
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by 01RTDurango5.9 June 06, 2018
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