My ex-wife had a DUI, lost her license but is appealing (in meantime she is still driving). Appeal was filed on the docket, hearing scheduled for january 26 (appeared on docket) and then entry of appearance by counsel for PENNDOT entered on docket. I'm wondering what happened at the hearing on 1/26. Was assuming notes of testimony would be entered on docket that I could order from the court(as I did appeal documents). I want to know if she lost her license as I would not find out from her.If no order has been listed on the docket, if I went to the Prothy's office, the file wouldn't contain an order, would it? I thought everything filed would be listed on the docket. Seems like it would be futile to go to the clerk's office. Also, she refused breathylizer so I'm not sure if her appeal of the license suspension would be granted since they don't know what the level of alcohol was.
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