Your son is getting a five-year revocation for being convicted three times of driving while license suspended within five years. That is the reason he is getting that revocation. If he is caught driving again, he will be treated as a felon. He will be subject to five years in state prison. He should not drive until the issue is resolved.
If he would've had an attorney, this could've been avoided. Now my advice to you is go visit an attorney to see if any of the three pleas can be vacated. Everything will be more expensive now because things have to be undone. My advice is to go seek the assistance of an attorney immediately.
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I concur with the assessment of my colleague. There are limited avenues of success at this point for your son but the smart move remains to take copies of all documents you have for all the cases involved and seek out an attorney immediately. Good luck.
What can you do? Hire private counsel for him.
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Your son may actually be able to have an attorney file a motion to have one his DWLS charges vacated and amended to get him of HTO status. You should hire a traffic attorney who goes to court on a regular basis in the county where your son received the tickets to attempt have one or more of his charges vacated. Good luck.
The best thing you can do is hire an attorney to remove a prior "conviction" from your son's record and provided that only has three convictions, this amended disposition should lift the five year habitual traffic offender revocation. Not all attorneys know how to do this and a lack of familiarity with this removal process could result in substantial delays (in removing the revocation) or the Court denying the attorney's request to remove the conviction (and your son's license would remain revoked). An experienced and efficient traffic lawyer should be able to remove the HTO revocation for a very competitive fee.
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