Oklahoma's Oldest DUI Defense Firm

Attorneys Stephen G. Fabian Jr. and Brian P. Young

When And How Do I Get My Notice Of Revocation?

The arresting officer is required by Oklahoma law to serve the arrested person with a notice of revocation if the arrested person refused to submit to a chemical test or took a chemical test and tested .08 or more. The notice is on an 8 1/5 by 14 sheet of gold paper entitled “OFFICER’S AFFIDAVIT AND NOTICE OF REVOCATION/DISQUALIFICATION.” Upon submitting this notice of revocation to the Oklahoma Department of Public Safety, the DPS will revoke the driver’s license of the arrested person for a period of six months, up to three years. If this notice is not served on the arrested person on the night of arrest, it could be fatal to the revocation. You should seek the advice of a lawyer knowledgeable in this area.