I'm on probation for a second offense driving on suspended license charge (dui based suspension) do I have to wait till my probation is over to have a hearing with sos? This my first time trying to obtain rdp
There is no written rule that would require you to wait. But if you committed the offense within the last 6-12 months, there is a good chance you would be denied for showing recent disrespect for the law. Unwritten rule. Obnoxious
I agree with Mr Harvatin. You are not prohibited from applying for a permit while on probation, but will encounter difficulties until at least 6 months after your most recent arrest.
Statutorily you may request an SOS hearing however, you will be denied almost certainly given your fragrant disregard of the law and demonstrated hubris to abide with basic rules.
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