I have a notice from Department of Revenue suspension of driving privileges, they say I can appeal it the local circuit Court. I called the court and was told, I can't without an attorney, they couldn't even refer me to a lawyer. What forms do I need to file out? Is there an example of an appeal I could see?
Can you ? Sure there is no reason why not. But remember: you get only one shot at this. Increase your odds with a lawyer
This is not something we can walk you through. You really need an attorney to help as it is not a self help project.
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