Oregon’s Implied Consent
Shannon: Yes. You’re going to get a yellow sheet. It is your Implied Consent paperwork, and it will have the serial number of the machine that the officer used to do your breath test. It’ll have your information on it.
It will have the time of the breath test, and it’ll say what kind of suspension you’re facing, whether it’s 90 days or one year, and whether you’re eligible for a hardship permit or not. Then, it will tell you that you have only 30 days from the issuance of this paper to drive.
Your license suspension goes into effect at the conclusion of the 30 days. They confiscate your physical license, but your privileges aren’t going to be suspended until you’re afforded the opportunity for a hearing, and you’ll have ten days to request that. It will indicate that information on the paperwork.
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