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How Do I Get My Driver License Back Early After a Drug Conviction?

Posted by John Rutkowski | Jul 04, 2017 | 0 Comments

Anyone convicted of a drug crime in Florida is subject to having his or her driver license revoked for one year, whether, the individual was driving or not driving at the time of the arrest.

After undergoing an evaluation for and, if needed, completing a drug treatment program approved by Department of Children and Families. A person whose license or driving privilege has been suspended or revoked may, after 6 months, petition the department of highway safely and motor vehicles to reinstate his or her driving privilege on a restricted or unrestricted basis.

Authorized Providers

You must present the original Certificate of Completion to the department and it will be scanned and subject to verification to ensure that an approved provider issued it. (It will also be faxed to the Revocation Section in Tallahassee for further verification and to adjust any dates, if needed.)

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John Rutkowski

Mr. Rutkowski has been practicing law for the past twenty years. Prior to practicing law Mr. Rutkowski served twelve years as a deputy sheriff, retiring to attend law school. Starting his law-enforcement career as a patrol deputy which included two years on the DUI squad; Mr. Rutkowski moved up the ranks becoming a corporal in the field training program which give him the responsibility for training new recruits.

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