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Can I Appeal the Decision to Revoke My Driver’s License?

Can I Appeal the Decision to Revoke My Driver's License?

The truth is, you can appeal almost anything. Drivers can and do get their licenses revoked, but it’s far more common to see license suspensions of extended length than a full-on revocation. If it does happen, however, you can usually appeal that decision with help from a traffic attorney. Some states have circumstances under which you can’t have your license revoked. If you are eligible, it’s usually worth it to go through the appeals process and spare yourself a lot of time and hassle in the future.

State Laws and Revocation Appeals

A license revocation can mean serious consequences for the person whose license was revoked. Appealing the revocation can help you maintain some or all of your driving privileges, depending on how your case goes. Make sure to check with your attorney or the county clerk to see what your options are and how far you can go in defending yourself against the revocation. Each case has specific conditions and factors that add to its complexity and you’ll get the best information about the laws that apply to your appeal by checking in with the administrative and legal agencies governing your case.

Hardship License

Even if you can’t get the entire revocation thrown out, you might be able to get a hardship license. Hardship licenses can allow you to do things like shop for groceries, take your kids to school, go to school yourself, or go to work even while serving out a suspension. In some cases, you can also obtain a hardship license if your regular license has been revoked, but that situation is more of a rarity. If drugs or alcohol played a part in your original conviction, you may have to install IID in order to obtain hardship license.

Should You Appeal

Any time you have the chance to fight for your freedom, it’s usually a good idea. Ask an experienced traffic attorney if they can help you fight your revocation. Only a qualified attorney can help you make the best decision based on your case. However, most of the time an appeal is worth it. It can save you a lot of time, money, hassle, and stress in the future. Why take on the hardships that come with a revoked license when you may have the chance to lessen that burden?

At Ticket Void, we’ve worked for years with drivers just like you. We help pair you with a qualified attorney in your area who is vetted and capable of helping you with your specific case. By entering just a few pieces of information about your case, we can find and email you the information of an attorney near you who is best suited to help you with your case. The initial consultation is free, so what do you have to lose? Get started today, and exercise your right to fight.


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