Centre, AL asked in Traffic Tickets and DUI / DWI for Alabama

Q: Can I be denied a hardship driver's license because of one dui that happened thirty plus years ago ?

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A: The eligibility for a hardship driver's license in Alabama is influenced by various factors, including past driving offenses. While DUI convictions typically have a significant impact on driving privileges, especially in obtaining a hardship license, the specific rules and regulations can vary. In some cases, the passage of time, such as thirty-plus years since the DUI, may play a role in eligibility determinations. However, it is crucial to consult with the Alabama Department of Public Safety or a legal professional familiar with state driving laws to get accurate and up-to-date information on your specific situation. They can provide guidance on your eligibility for a hardship license based on the details of your DUI conviction and other relevant factors.

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