I got team DUIs in 7 years one was in 1990 four and the other one was in 2001 required first offender class DMV required multiple offender class DMV classes let me sign up for a first offender program and not second offender program I paid for it all and at the end they told me it was the wrong class and it was nobody's fault I couldn't get credit for time or money for the multiple offender program how is this allowed DMV let me take the class for the requirement
What did you tell the class when you enrolled? Did you have court documents that specified the class that you were supposed to take?
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Were they aware that you had two DUI's? They only know what you tell them and what the court refers you to do... if you got two "firsts" only your lawyer and the DMV would know the multiple DUI program would be required.
Beside, you should have already completed the first offender program in 2001 for the the 1994 DUI.
In any event, you need to attend and complete the multiple offender program before you can get your license reinstated.
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