I've read that there are a few states that don't share DUI or other driving record information, does that mean it's possible to drive in those states while my license is revoked elsewhere?
DUI / DWI Attorney
No, because every state requires you to have a valid license to drive in that state. If you were pulled over, it has nothing to do with sharing DUI information (which by the way is largely a fiction). it has to do with, they run a license check, you come back revoked in MN. you are guilty of driving without a valid license issued by the arresting state or any other state.
Criminal Defense Attorney
No, assuming you had a Minnesota DL when you got a DWI in Minn. The best way to solve this problem is to fight the DWI and the companion civil DL implied consent case, and win both.
This is not legal advice. This site is only to be used for general information, not advice on what to do with your specific case.
Criminal Defense Attorney
If your license is a Minnesota license, then the answer is you have no driving privileges anywhere until Minnesota restores your privileges. If you move to a different state it is up to that state to decide whether to give you a new license.
If you were a Wisconsin or North Dakota resident, for example, and your license was revoked by Minnesota, that revocation would only apply in Minnesota, until your home state took action.
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