When you file for a writ to get your driver license back what would be some reason that a judge would grant a stay of your driving privileges so that you can drive pending the out come of the writ?
I have heard that judges are not likely to let you drive pending the the out come of the writ except in extreme emergencies like if you have cancer and you need to drive some where once a week to get chemotherapy or something like that. is this true?
The answer to that question can vary depending on the Judge that is hearing the matter. For example, needing the license for employment purposes, with public transportation being virtually impossible, and showing there is a decent shot of actually having the writ granted may be enough for some Judges, but not others. Writs are complex. I am assuming you are having an Attorney file this for you. If not, I would highly recommend it.
Writs are hypertechnical, generally. Stays are really judge dependent. A local attorney may know specifically what a particular judge looks for, such as loss of employment may be enough for one judge.another example would be if the judge thought you had a good chance of winning and it would be a hardship to lose our license. n other words there is no way of knowing what one judge might do
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