After being charged with a San Jose DUI, you driving license may be revoked. Often you will be given a temporary license that lasts for 30 days. If you want to extend your driving privileges then you must schedule an administrative hearing with the San Jose DMV within 10 days of your arrest.
You will be allowed to retain your driving privileges until your San Jose DMV administrative hearing is held, and a decision is delivered. If you win the San Jose DMV hearing then your driving rights will be protected until the court returns a decision on your case. On the other hand, if you lose the DMV hearing your driving privileges will be revoked.