Q: I got a ticket in Dakota County for 106mph in a 55mph, i went to court and it was dropped to a petty misdemeanor & 99mph
The court stated that having it dropped to 99mph and a petty misdemeanor, that it would mean that the state DMV would not revoke my license for 6 month. No previous moving violations on my record. I just got pulled over for having a revoked license upon a trooper running my plate. He stated the DMV revoked my license for the speed ticket. Is there anything that can be done?
A: Based on that description, it sounds like someone may have made an error. Check the District Court's "Register of Actions" at the Minnesota Court's website, using the court file number (case number) or citation number. Make sure it shows what it should: speeding under 100 mph. Also, call a "Driver Evaluator" at the Minnesota Department of Public Safety. Ask why your license is revoked. If they say it is due to a speeding 100 mph or over, you'll know what to do. If the court's record is mistaken, file a motion to re-open then appear in court to ask they fix it and send a de-certification to MN DPS. If the court record is correct, ask the Driver Evaluator how to get them to update their record or correct their mistake. I'm also happy to talk about it if you call me.
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