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Getting Your License Back after a Traffic Ticket Conviction
If your license has been suspended or revoked due to an accumulation of points or moving violations, we can determine if certain points or moving violations can be removed from your driving record by setting aside your previous guilty plea. 

This is an uncommon legal remedy, but necessary for some who have gotten too many tickets in a short period of time.  Please contact us if you have been suspended and think removing a previous conviction will help you get your license back.

Hardship Licenses
If you have lost your license due to a 5 or 10 year denial in Missouri or similar suspension in Kansas, we can advise you on whether or not you have the option to apply for a hardship license.  A hardship license is usually granted by the State Department of Revenue.  However, in Missouri, you also have the option of petitioning the court for hardship.  In most cases, there are special rules for being given a hardship license and you will likely need legal advise on the issue.

In Missouri a hardship license is actually called a "limited driving privilege" or LDP.  An LDP would allow you to drive to home, work or school under certain conditions.  However, you may be subject to an ignition interlock device requirement in addition to providing proof of insurance and possibly having a camera with GPS installed in your car.  The facts of your license denial will determine which requirements apply to your case.

In Kansas, a hardship license is also called a limited driving privilege.  In Kansas, only drivers who are suspended due to a DUI/DWI are eligible for a LDP and there are certain waiting periods before you can become eligible.  An LDP in Kansas also contains restrictions on where you can drive and for what purpose.  There are also ignition interlock device requirements depending on the basis of your suspension.

Please give us a call if you need assistance seeking a hardship license.

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