Two courses of action are set in motion when you are arrested for DUI: administrative action by the Drivers License Bureau and criminal action by the court system. You must, in order to have any chance to save your driving privilege, within 10 day of the arrest, request a hearing in writing. That hearing will usually be held within 30 days. All available information, including video and audio from dash cams and video from the jail and Intoxilyzer room should be gathered and broken down as quickly as possible. You must also contact the Court you were cited into to determine when you must appear, and make that appearance unless you have hired an attorney who, in most cases, can and will make that appearance on your behalf. You must move quickly to meet these obligations. Failing to do both could result in loss of license on the administrative side and a warrant being issued for your arrest the court side.