Obtaining a Hardship License in Florida
Just because your license was suspended does not mean that you cannot regain
your right to drive. There are some cases in which license suspension
can result in extreme hardship for the individual and may endanger their
ability to get to work or school. If you have been arrested for DUI and
your license has been suspended, you have 10 days to request an
administrative hearing with the DHSMV. If you wait longer than 10 days to file, you will not
be able to obtain a hardship license and will have to wait until your
DUI defense case is won in order to drive again.
By filing for an administrative license hearing, you and your attorney
will appear before an administrative judge at the DHSMV and argue your
case. You must prove to them that your license suspension will place you
in extreme hardship and that you are responsible enough to have a restricted
license. If the judge grants you a hardship license, you will be allowed
to drive to and from vital locations such as work, school, appointments,
and the grocery store until your DUI trial is complete.
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