I have had seizures previously. The first seizure was in 2002, it was diagnosed that it was a reaction to Ultram, I was NOT driving at the time and my license was not revoked. The second seizure I had was in 2003, I was NOT driving at the time,again my lisence was not revoked it was diagnosed that it was a reaction to Neurontin. Then in 2005 I had a seizure while driving and my liscence was revoked for 3 years. In 2011 I had a seizure in WalMart and then I was sent a letter frown the DMV in Tallahassee requesting the information to be received within 45 days of receipt of the letter. Because of the Doctors schedule he is only able to see me on Sept 8,2011 (which will be the 45th day). It also stated if they do not receive the information requested in the letter by Sept 8 I will have my license automatically revoked. My question is can my license be revoked even though I was NOT driving? Also I am not taking seizure medication. Thank you for your assistance in this matter.
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