The delay or inability of your lawyer to get your you license back before February does not seem to be any type of malpractice but only a delay, as he told you he is working on it. Try and get more details out of him and see exactly what that means, what the delay is and what needs to be done. See what the relation is between the police chief and the prosecutor is, which is preventing this from happening. Since the DWI was reduced, you should not have to carry SR-22 for the reckless driving charge. However, the suspension is something that needs to be done with. Normally, the DMV suspension is different from a Court suspension, so that could be the problem.
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