Restoration of Driving Privileges

If your driver's license was revoked or disqualified because of a felony Driving Under the Influence or you were declared an habitual offender, getting your driving privileges back is not something that automatically happens after a period of time has passed.  You must be proactive and apply to have your driving privileges reinstated.

Getting your driving privileges back is not something a court is going to do if you simply ask.  There are many things that need to be done before a court will order that your driving privileges be reinstated.  And that is understandable.  Judges are naturally hesistant to grant driving privileges to a person who had their privileges previously revoked.  It is up to you to show the court that the person whose privileges were revoked is not the same person today.  The process can take some time because there is much that needs to be done even before appearing in court for a hearing.  Jonathan David has helped countless people have their driving privileges reinstated during his twenty plus years practicing law.