Q: I was never notified that I was a habitual traffic offender my traffic offense was in 2009 how can they charge me forit
My last conviction in2009 my license was suspended for two years
A: There is not enough information to answer your question accurately. If you have a myBMV account, print off a copy of your driving record and schedule an appointment with a criminal defense attorney who can look at your record to determine what can be done. Depending on the circumstances the HTV status may be able to be lifted or you could get specialized driving privileges.
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