Stockton Hardship License Attorney
If your license was suspended after a DUI conviction, you could be eligible for a hardship license. A Stockton hardship license attorney can help you get some driving privileges back.
What is a Hardship License?
A hardship license is given to people who have had their driving privileges suspended. It allows you to be able to drive for special circumstances which are outlined below.
Reasons for getting a hardship license include:
- Transportation to and from school
- Transportation to and from work
- Driving is required for your job
- Transportation to and from medical visits
Once you receive a hardship license, you will be allowed to drive to and from court-specified places. This process is not simple and having the right attorney on your side will make all the difference in your case. At our office we want you to be able to get where you need to go and not let getting a DUI affect you life.
How Do You Get a Hardship License?
In order to get a Hardship License in California you are going to be required to send in important paperwork along with other documents. While it is possible to get this information together by yourself in order to make sure that it is completed correctly the first time you will want to contact an attorney. With the assistance of an experienced attorney you will have a much better chance of getting your license so that your life will not be disrupted.
To get a hardship license you need to:
- Complete 30-day Mandatory License Suspension
- Prove Public Transportation is Not Suitable
- Prove There is No Other Transportation Option
There is a lot of paperwork and evidence that must be collected. Stockton hardship license attorney Erica M. Bansmer will take care of all the paperwork and guide you through the entire processes. Rebuilding your life after a DUI can be challenging. Getting yourself to work should not be one of the challenges.
Are Multiple-DUI Offenders Eligible?
Yes, a Stockton hardship license attorney can help you even if you have more than one DUI conviction. The purpose of the license is to allow you to do necessary life activities. If you have multiple charges but are in recovery, it will be much easier to get your license approved. Erica’s job is to show the judge you are trying to rebuild your life and need the license to do so.
Stockton hardship license attorney Erica M. Bansmer can help you restore partial driving privileges. It is important for you to get to and from work, school, and important medical appointments. Whether the transportation is for you or a loved one, you still have to fulfill your responsibilities. Call Erica today at 209-474-2400 for a free consultation. You may be back on the road in no time.