A: Maybe. It will depend on the particular charges you face, your driving record and whether you have had an OLL in the past. In Pennsylvania, a number of offenses preclude a motorist from receiving an Occupational Limited License (OLL). And when a motorist can receive an OLL depends upon the nature of the offense which triggered the suspension and the driving history of the motorist. Several of the offenses which, upon conviction, render a motorist ineligible for an OLL include passing a school bus, homicide by vehicle, fleeing a police officer, homicide by vehicle while DUI, reckless driving, accident involving death or injury and an ARD-ordered suspension for DUI among others. If you want answers to questions about your unique facts and circumstances, call toll free for a no obligation office consultation with a Pennsylvania DUI lawyer at 1-(888)-748-9909.