Midlothian, VA asked in DUI / DWI for Virginia

Q: Do I need permission to go to work

I have a restricted license. I put on the paper I am looking for a job. If I do get a job do i need permission still to go to work. Please send answers

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Ann Thayer
Ann Thayer
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A: In VA, these are the only things you can drive forAnd even then it is only the things on this form that a judge

approved

https://www.vacourts.gov/forms/district/dc263.pdf

Look at n and q on 2nd page.....

You need a judge to approve this on  your restricted license and then you would be allowed to drive under those conditions

Hope this helps

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Ann Thayer
Ann Thayer
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  • Fairfax, VA
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A: sorry --misread your question

Yes, if judge has authorized you to go to interviews etc you are good to do that

But if you get a job --you have to go file a motion to amend restricted license to add that to your restricted license...if you just start driving to new job without amending that you are in violation of the restricted license

Sorry I misread question at first

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