The MVD holds a lot of power over your privilege to drive. In many cases, the MVD imposes additional or stricter penalties than the court would impose. In the case where a license is suspended for an Admin per se / DUI arrest, you may end up winning the underlying case even though you suffered a suspension along the way.
That is why it is important to request a hearing before the Admin per se suspension becomes effective. Points can stay on your driving record for 4-14 years depending on the violation. You may wish to consider filing a clearance of record with the court to remove the arrest and notify the agencies to which the offense was reported, that the record has been cleared.