Don’t Get Caught Without a Valid Driver License – Call Us Today for a Free Case Evaluation
In addition to helping you fight a revocation for refusing to blow or a suspension or revocation for allegedly having a BAC over the legal limit, we can:
- help you obtain your license after a five or ten year denial (License Reinstatement)
- help you obtain Limited Driving Privileges during a suspension, revocation, or denial
- help you obtain a Limited Driving Privilege through DWI Court
- help you obtain your license after a suspension for failure to appear, point revocations or suspensions, and “citations”
- fight a denial or revocation
Limited Driving Privilege (LDP)
- If your license has been suspended, revoked, or denied, you might be eligible for a Limited Driving Privilege (LDP). A limited driving privilege is exactly what it sounds like – permission to drive to certain places during certain times when your license is otherwise not valid. We will file the petition for you in either your county of residence or your county of employment. We will work with you to get you driving legally as quickly as possible. Whether you are serving a 30, 60, or 90 day suspension, a 1-year revocation, or a 5 or 10 year denial, we can help you figure out the best way to get you driving privileges during this time period. Don’t wait until your license is already suspended, revoked, or denied. Let us help keep you driving!
5 and 10 Year License Reinstatement
- If your driver license has been denied for a period of five or ten years, you will need a court order to get your license back. This is called “court-ordered license reinstatement.” We will file a petition to get your license back in the county in which you received your last DWI conviction. You will need to get what is called a “Criminal History Check,” which will then be filed with the Court. We will help you do this. Then there will be a hearing where a judge will decide whether you still “pose a threat” by driving. We will file your petition, help you obtain your criminal history check, prepare you for the court hearing, and follow through and make sure you get your license back. If you have almost served your denial, it is a good idea to get started on this earlier rather than later. You don’t want to be eligible for reinstatement but have to wait to drive, or have your LDP expire, because your case is still working its way through the court system. Call us today for a free evaluation of your case and get you back on the road as soon as possible.
We can help ensure that you can keep driving so you can work and support your family without the fear of getting a “driving while revoked/suspended” ticket every time you get in the car. Whatever your driver license issue is, we have seen it. Our past experience prosecuting these types of issues gives our legal team the knowledge and experience to put you in the best position possible. Don’t be left without driving privileges for any longer than absolutely necessary just because your attorney didn’t know the ins and outs of the system. These are complicated cases, get the experience you need from a St. Louis Attorney experienced in driver license law. Call us today for a free evaluation of your case.