Suspended or Revoked Driver’s License?

Are you stuck in a never ending cycle?  Is your license suspended or revoked and you don’t know why?

If you get a ticket and fail to schedule a court appearance or pay it within 30 days, your driver’s license will be suspended.  You will need to pay the fine (along with a $20 reinstatement fee to the MN DPS/DMV) before you will be valid again.  If you disagree with the ticket and want to go to court on it, you will need to ask the court to reopen the case.  This is not a simple process.  I can help you with this process and represent you in court at the hearing.

If you receive a no proof of insurance ticket and pay it, you have just pled guilty and your driver’s license will be revoked for at least 30 days.  This means if you just forgot to put the most recent insurance card in your car, DO NOT pay the ticket.  You will need to provide proof to the court.  Review the instructions on the ticket for the contact information.

If you receive a no proof of insurance ticket and you misplace it or forget to schedule a court date, your driver’s license will be suspended.  If you pay the ticket, your driver’s license will switch from suspended to revoked.  Depending on how much time has passed since the offense date, you MAY be able to ask the court to reopen your case.  This is not a simple process.  I can help you with this process and represent you at the court hearing.  Give me a call at 612-444-9779.