The Nevada DMV requires you to request an administrative hearing within 7 days of the Breath Test or Notice from the DMV regarding the blood test results. This allows you to drive with a temporary license pending the DMV hearing. Generally, the DMV imposes a 90 day license suspension for the first DMV conviction, 6 months for the 2nd DUI conviction and a one year suspension for the 3rd DUI conviction.
If someone is from out-of-state, the Nevada DMV may transmit the record to the Out-of-State DMV. In some cases, this does not happen and there is no suspension for an Out-of-State driver. However, the Nevada DMV creates a “Dummy” record in the event the Out-of-State person at a later point applies for a Nevada Driver’s License at which point you have to go though the reinstatement process.
Being arrested for DUI in Nevada can lead to a DMV hearing to determine if your driver’s license will be suspended. With a DUI Lawyer, you can avoid showing up in court and instead be represented by your legal counsel. Winning this hearing will mean you avoid the minimum 90-day suspension of your license.