Had a wreck with insurance that lapsed and judgment filed causing license to be suspended
Possibly or maybe. Under a new Act of the Alabama legislature, effective July 1, 2018, a person whose driver license is suspended or revoked, except for DUI and alcohol or drug related offenses, and that person needs a driver license for essential life functions, may be eligible for a hearing to obtain a "hardship" driver license. This Act will be codified at Code section 32-6-12.2. The Act requires the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency to establish rules and regulations, which as of this date, have not been established pursuant to the Alabama Administrative Procedures Act.
Your best course of action is to contact an attorney that is completely familiar with Alabama Driver License laws and applicable administrative procedures.
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