If I was in the process of getting my license back and was in the middle of the revocation period would it work to keep rescheduling court date until I receive my restricted licence and Interlock? I was pulled over at the time with suspended license possessing suspended license and open container which was not mine. I went to drop my sister off at bar in my moms car and was pulled over I had no alcohol in my system passed sobriety test. My mom already got her vehicle back.
Of course it would be better to have your valid restricted license when you appear in court (does not mean dismissal.) The Court might give you a continuance. However, they will not give you many. Best to retain an attorney to appear for you and get the best possible result.
Good luck to you.
No. The MVD will know if you have a pending case and will not grant you the permit. It would be better to deal with the new case and then start the packet again. Good luck.
Based on the given information, there is no reason to delay concluding the court case. Legal terminology is specific. If your license has been "revoked" the MVD will be aware of the pending citation putting their decision to grant you a license on hold until resolution of the court case. A conviction will likely preclude you for another year. if your license was merely "suspended", and you are trying to reinstate, MVD will be aware and likely place your license in a "stay" status until the court case is resolved. A conviction in this situation may not result in a denial of re-instating your license. You should contact an attorney for a consultation. Many provide free consultations including my office.
This response is not legal advice and in no way infers, implies or creates an attorney client relationship.
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