Chester County DUI Lawyer Michelle Fioravanti

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Michelle A. Fioravanti,

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Probationary Licenses

A “Probationary License” is a driver’s license issued when your Pennsylvania driver’s license has been suspended or revoked for 5 or more years. Chester County Suspended License LawyerCall the Law Offices of Michelle A. Fioravanti at 484-876-1543  or contact us if your driver’s license has been suspended for 5 or more years and you would like to discuss pursuing a Probationary License.

Pennsylvania Driver’s License Suspension in Chester, Montgomery, Philadelphia, Delaware, Lancaster, Berks and Bucks County

A Probationary License authorizes you to drive restricted hours: between 6:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. PennDOT will consider additional hours if justified. You must have completed a portion of your suspension or revocation time period to qualify for a Probationary License. The minimum period from three to six (3-6) years is determined by the number of violations that caused the current suspension/revocation of your driving privilege. In addition, any outstanding citations, judgments, examinations or hearings must be satisfied. All restoration requirements must be satisfied. If your driving privilege is revoked, you will be required to take a driver road test before a Probationary License can be issued, especially if you are a habitual offender.

Pennsylvania DUI, ARD for DUI, Driving Under Suspension and Refusal to Submit to Chemical Testing

If you have been convicted of a DUI, granted ARD for DUI, aggravated assault by vehicle with DUI, driving under suspension with DUI, suspended for refusal to submit to chemical testing, or offense for death or personal injury without a license within the preceding 7 years, you are not eligible for a Probationary License until 7 years have passed. If you have ever been convicted of Homicide by Vehicle or Homicide by Vehicle while DUI, you are permanently prohibited from obtaining a Probationary License.

You should talk to a lawyer if you would like to obtain a Probationary License. For a free initial consultation for a Probationary License, please call the Law Offices of Michelle A. Fioravanti at 484-876-1543 or contact us. As your license suspension lawyer, we will provide experienced and aggressive representation you can trust. Your license suspension case is important, and it will receive the personal attention it deserves.

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