Is there any other options to going to apply for your license while waiting for a pending driving on a revoked license ?
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You need to immediately contact an attorney who handles cases in the area where the new Driving While Revoked incident happened, who is very knowledgeable in handling misdemeanor traffic charges, but who also is an expert on Driver's License Restorations. There is a chance that the new charge, if handled well, would not affect your ability to go to a hearing for the license restoration. But if any type of moving violation goes onto your driving record from this new incident, you will be ineligible for a hearing for a minimum of one year. If you were to go to a hearing before this new incident is resolved, you would have to acknowledge, when asked, under oath, that that charge was pending. That alone would be cause for denial of any relief by the Secretary of State Office of Hearings and Administrative Oversight. When you do get to the point of trying to get back your license, do not try to do it by yourself! It is far to detailed a process to attempt to do without an experienced attorney's help. If you lose, you almost always will have to wait a year to even try again. Get an attorney's help now! Sincerely, Frank B. ,Ford
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You need to get on board with an attorney both skilled in criminal law and license restoration. Maybe applying for your license renewal might help with your new charge. Use avvo to help find local counsel.
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