In Virginia, if the Department of Motor Vehicles learns you have been found guilty of three DUI offenses which were committed within a 10-year period, your license will be administratively revoked by the DMV for an indefinite period of time. Furthermore, your license will not be automatically restored after any specific amount of time has passed. Your license will remain revoked until you take the initiative to ask that your driver’s license be restored and prove to the Circuit Court that you meet the requirements necessary for restoration. It is important that you speak with an experienced, respected and successful Virginia lawyer familiar with this area of law as early as possible, because you might be doing things which significantly hurt your chances of success, or cause significant delays, when it comes to seeking restoration.
Our experienced legal team at The Wilson Law Firm has helped many others with driver’s license restoration and we can help you, too. Contact us today to learn how.