It said.. " Our records indicate that you were mailed an Order of Suspension on June 16, 2011, to the address of record, informing you that your license was suspended effective March 2, 2007, and informing you of the Departments restriction/reinstatement requirements. " It also said that the courts had "updated" my conviction, and when it updated my conviction, it also suspended my license. Does this make sense to anyone? How does a conviction get "updated?" Especially after I had already served my sentence for the "original" conviction?*UPDATE* Firstly, my license was not suspended for 4 months from DMV action only. (Admin per se did NOT apply) I was convicted in 2007 however the courts did not suspend my license. After receiving the notice, I emailed the MAU and was told the reason for the suspension was because the court updated my conviction and suspended my license at that time. I went back to the courthouse recently to inquire about the "updated" conviction, and the courts had no idea what I was talking about. There was never an "update" to the conviction, nor was my license ever ordered to be suspended. According to the courts records office, the abstract sent to the DMV stated that I was sentenced to Jail. There were no additional codes requiring a license suspension. I feel as though I've caught the DMV in an outright lie, but my question is, what can I do about it? How do I get my license back?