DUI 19 years ago
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DUI 19 years ago
I received a DUI in the state of Delaware 19 years ago. I now live in Florida and was trying to renew my drivers license and was told that because my license has been revoked in Delaware I cannot renew my Florida license. I was told that I was being sent some information on taking some classes here in Florida and when I asked for the direction on what I need to do to, I was told they could not give me the info over the phone. I have never had any other type of driving citations, tickets etc. Is there some kind of statute of limitations? this took place 19 years ago. Please help.
Asked on June 18, 2009 under Criminal Law, Florida
S.J.H., Member, New York Bar / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney
Answered 13 years ago | Contributor
Although I am not a Florida attorney I believe the issue has to do with DMV regulations as well as Probation requirements in Florida on DWI/DUI convictions no matter where they are. I am under the impression that in order to get Florida privileges you must take DMV classes for the state mandated amount of hours which I believe in Florida is about 14 or 15. You have to do it at a certified DMV location and then once you get a certificate you can then apply to DMV for a license. I am basing this information on experiences I have had with clients here who had issues in Florida and were unable to get Florida clearance from DMV to get New York privileges. I would most certainly contact an attorney in Florida but I would also start looking for a place to take the classes.
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