Missouri's process to regain driving privileges following a 5- or 10-year denial

Posted by Matt McLane | Dec 19, 2019 | 1 Comment

Drivers may petition to their local court to restore their driver's license following very lengthy suspensions for DWI convictions. Two convictions will trigger a 5-year revocation; three convictions in a lifetime will trigger a 10-year denial. Missouri law allows drivers to petition the courts and must show a favorable change in behavior in order to persuade the court that they are no longer a threat (behind the wheel) to society. I handle these types of actions with great success.

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