My license was revoked on June 21, 2012 for 30 days to get my license reinstated I have to retake and pass my permit test,pay a $30 reinstatement fee, and apply for a new license. yesterday Thursday July12,2012 I was backing out of a driveway and I bumped another vehicle the owner of the vehicle called the police. I recieved a ticket for driving after revocation. What will happen now? I know I have to wait much longer know to get my license reinstated but do you know how many days I would have to wait?
Well nothing will happen to your license until you enter a guilty plea or are found guilty on your new ticket. When that happens your license will be revoked for a longer period. Most likely 90 days.
I suggest getting your license valid in the meantime and then asking the prosecutor on your new citation if they would do something to keep this new offense off your record. That way, you won't have any new license consequences.
I agree with my colleague. Nothing will happen until you are convicted and that conviction is reported to the DPS. If you are convicted, your license will be revoked. You would be eligible for a work permit. I also encourage you to get reinstated and go the court and speak to the prosecutor about pledging to an offense that will not cause the revocation of your driver's license. You may want to consider hiring and attorney or applying for a public defender to assist in assuring you keep you license.
A conviction for Driving After Revocation will result in another, additional license revocation period. How long may depend on whether there are priors. The goal could be to avoid that, by avoiding the convidtion. A lawyer could help you do that. You'll also want to get your drivers license valid soon, as well as have current insurance.
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