There are several types of DUI hearings. Your initial bail hearing usually occurs within 24 hours of your arrest and establishes pretrial conditions. The next hearing is a bail review hearing to determine whether you will be released pending trial. Later, you’ll have a Motor Vehicle Administration hearing to decide how your case may impact your driver’s license and standing with the MVA.
Finally, a trial date will be set in district/circuit court and you’ll eventually learn the outcome of your case including penalties. At every hearing, you’re entitled to have an attorney present, so ensure you have a qualified Maryland DUI attorney there to help protect your rights.