I had my license suspended by the DMV over two months ago when I was charged with a DUI in Tampa, FL. I performed FSE's and blew a .135/.136. I fought the charge in court and filed a motion to suppress all evidence when my attorney found that the officer did not have probable cause for the arrest and ordered me out of my car to do the FSE's which constituted a violation of my 4th amendment right (illegal search and seizure). The judge accepted my motion and the case was dismissed.
My question is, because I failed to request an administrative hearing with the DMV, what steps do I have to take to get my license back from them when the time is served for the suspension? Do I have to take DUI school, and show proof of SR-22 insurance when the suspension is over to get my DL back or no?
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