My driver’s license has been suspended and I need to get it back so I can get back to work and pay the rent and feed my family.
The Courts and the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles have been suspending citizens’ licenses to drive practically ever since the DMV began issuing driver’s licenses. It may be a situation where you have done something wrong or forgotten to do something or maybe the DMV has made a mistake. You may have had your license suspended for a short period of time or been declared a HABITUAL OFFENDER and lost your license for a long time.
Most of us need to be able to drive so we can work and our firm may be able to help to get your license back and put you on the road to work. What do I need to do? The first thing you need to do is go to any DMV office in Virginia and get the two (2) following documents: (1) Driving Record; and (2) a Compliance Summary. Your “driving record” tells us what your driving history is and the “compliance summary” tells us things we need to know in order begin to develop a strategy to get your license back. The next thing you need to do is give Robert G. Saunders a call at our office and set up an appointment to speak with him about your particular situation. Bring your documents to the appointment and Rob will be able to develop a strategy to get your license back in almost any situation.
For example, if you have been declared a Habitual Offender, Virginia law allows a Virginia Circuit Court to Order the DMV to grant you a license under many circumstances before the full time of suspension is up! The Court can Order that you get either full driving license back or perhaps a restricted license which can use get you back to work!
Give Rob at the Hunter Law Firm a call, we can help!