There is obviously an error with the status of your daughters license. If there is a court date set in July, there is no reason her license should be suspended in June, before the case is even heard. It is possible the DMV did not receive the proper notice of her complying with the court date OR your daughter had another ticket, which she failed to comply with. You should call the telephone number on the letter you received and ask them specifically for the ticket and incident date. If there is an error, send/fax them a copy of the hearing date for the ticket and explain to them, this case is still open because it is being taken to court. Your attorney should help you with this matter.
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