My attorney filed a motion stating that the judge did not appose me getting a hardship license because florida statute 322.27(6) did not apply to the sentencing and the dmv still says I'm not eligible . I have my full two year revocation with out a hardship license . I need to know what else I can do . This order was also sent to the dmv .
Is the DMV giving you a reason (i.e. financial obligations)? The decision is up to the DMV, even if the judge does not have an objection, but they should give you some more information.
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In Florida the DHSMV really has a lot of control over what they choose to do to your driver's license. I agree with the previous attorney's answer. You need additional information as to why they are stating you are ineligible for a hardship license. Typically they will at least tell you when you would be eligible for a hardship license. Work with your attorney to find out the reason for their denial, and what, if any, actions you can take to make yourself eligible.
Good luck to you!
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