Restoring A Suspended Driver’s License In Missouri
You made a mistake in the past and you lost your driver’s license. Is there any way to get it back? For many people with suspended licenses, the answer is yes.
At the law firm of Travis Noble, P.C., we provide results-oriented representation in cases involving long-term license suspension or revocation. We are thorough in our approach and skillful in court hearings.
Call us at 314-450-7849 or email us to learn more about getting your license back. It won’t cost you anything, and it could be the first step to getting back on the road.
Getting Your Driver’s License Back After A DWI
If you receive two DWI convictions within a five-year period, your license will be suspended for five years. However, you can apply for limited driving privileges after two years.
If you have three DWI convictions, your license will be suspended for 10 years. You can apply for limited driving privileges after three years, provided that none of your convictions were felony DWIs.
In these and other circumstances, Travis Noble, P.C., can prepare and file a petition for limited driving privileges and represent you in court. In your petition and supporting documents, attorney Travis L. Noble will present data that supports your case, such as evidence of your good behavior, successful completion of chemical dependency treatment, attestations of your good character, and your need to drive for work and other purposes. Our goal will be to obtain the restoration of limited or full driving privileges.
At our firm, we believe that an engaged and informed client can aid the legal effort. Your presence at court hearings shows the judge that you are serious about your case. Travis Noble can advise you regarding actions that you can take in support of the legal effort.
Free Consultation — Contact A Lawyer For Help
For answers to your questions regarding driver’s license restoration, contact Travis Noble, P.C. We represent clients throughout the St. Louis area and elsewhere in Missouri. Call 314-450-7849 today.