If more than 30 days has passed since you appeared in court for your DWI charge, and if your case is still pending, you may qualify for a pre-conviction conditional license. This license allows a person to drive not only to and from work, school or medical appointments, but also during the course of your business hours for work or school related purposes, and for a 3 hour time period on a non-work day. It is not necessary that you participate in any drinking or driving program to qualify for this license. If you have not been convicted of the DWI charge and your case is still pending, and if more than 30 days have passed since your arraignment, and assuming you have no other suspensions or revocations on your license, you may go to the DMV to apply for this license.