Have my CDL not suspended. Wondering how do I get around the waiting 2 more years and start making money?
This is an industry standard based on CDL issues of drivers as it relates to long haul motor carrier insurance rates & liability matters of the companies that contract with drivers like you. This is policy unrelated to anything that drivers license attorneys can help you with. Sorry you will have to wait it out.
I know you asked a similar question recently, but this is a different twist. I don't know how your license is not suspended, but if it is you don't really have a legal solution to getting hired. This is not something that will go off of your criminal or driving record. However, my advice remains to speak to a lawyer in your area about the specific facts in total.
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I don't know how you even have a CDL. If you had two DUIs within seven years of each other (which you say you did) then you're driver's license should have been revoked. Has it been reinstated? If not, you may be eligible and you'll need the help of an attorney that is very experienced in driver's license restorations. Get a copy of your driving record from the Secretary of State and have a consultation with a lawyer. Most offer free consultations so take advantage. AVVO and Google are great places to start your search. Good luck.
This isn't a legal question. Sounds like employers don't want to hire anyone with a dui less than five years. There's nothing can be legally done.
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