I see that this question has still not been answered, and I unfortunately don't have any concrete guidance for you. I suggest going online to try to find an attorney experienced in obscure DMV matters of this nature. If you can find one, hiring one will greatly improve your chances, and will also help you to hopefully avoid making any further incriminating statements. Good luck.
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I agree with the other attorney. You need to find competent DMV counsel. There are not many around but they do exist. We would need more information to give you a more difinitive answer. Revocation is mostl likely indefinate because at this time they do not believe you can satisfy their requirements and you did not give them what they wanted. It was a mistake to talk to the DMV without counsel, but that mistake can be corrected.
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