Or should I wait tell after my court date? What is recommended?
Makes no difference but you must pay the fee in order to go on Ignition interlock or get a work permit if eligible
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It depends but you should discuss this question with tje attorney you are hiring.
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You can pay the reinstatement fee at any time and try to get onto a limited license or ignition interlock license. What's recommended, however, is that you get a good attorney and challenge the license revocation, at the same time as you fight the criminal charges.
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