A new bill proposing a change in the class D driver license revocations was sent to the governor today. All revocation, suspension, cancellation and/or denial periods of time of driving privileges as provided in this chapter shall be considered served upon successful graduation from an Oklahoma Drug Court Program created and administered pursuant to the Oklahoma Drug Court Act and the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services, unless evidence of drug and/or alcohol use occurring post-graduation is acquired by the Department of Public Safety.
This applies only if you are otherwise eligible for a license.
Senate Bill 1874 will effectively allow you to have driving privileges reinstated upon completion of DUI School or drug court program. If you have a 6 month suspension and finish the school or counseling in 3 months you will be allowed to drive again. Assuming you do not test positive for drugs during probation.