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Florida’s Administrative Suspension Process Changes July 1, 2013

In Florida a driver who was arrested for DUI would face an administrative suspension of his or her driving privilege. However, they could challenge this suspension using the “Formal Review” process. If they won they would get their regular license back. However, if they lost, or if they did not challenge the suspension, their privilege to drive would be suspended. If they took the breath test, they would lose their privilege to drive for 6 months. If they refused to ... Read More »

Clerical Error May Cause Wrongful Revocation of Driver’s License

On January 25, 2013 the Knoxville News Sentinel reported that this month, the Tennessee Department of Safety (TDOS) commenced driver license revocation actions against at least 1,279 people without proper legal justification.¬† According to this publication, an error occurred when Knox County officials submitted a list to the TDOS of people that had not timely paid their litigation taxes and/or fines (commonly referred to as “court costs”). ¬†After receiving letters from the clerk’s office that noted a failure to pay ... Read More »