Revocation Investigation Packet

As with all states, Arizona considers driving to be a privilege and reserves the right to suspend or revoke your license. However, this type of punishment is typically reserved for dangerous drivers or individuals who have repeatedly violated traffic laws and are considered a public safety risk. Also for people who have obtained a DUI or have been driving under the influence of drugs.

The main difference between a license suspension and a revocation is that license suspensions have definite start and end dates. With a revocation, your license is taken completely away.

To schedule a Counseling or Revocation Evaluation appointment with Stonewall Institute, please contact us at 602-535-6468

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