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His job involves driving... He is a transporter of automobiles, lol. I don't know if they would give a hard ship since driving IS his job
I really hope you are right. I will review the sight, and see what he has to go to do this. Thank you for some insight into the situation. To me, IF he was never told he would lose his license, and I;m sure they record the court records, then he was not informed fully of the consequences of pleading guilty, but I'm not a lawyer.
I will. He is in Indiana though, and I am in Kentucky. He is in school. So it would have to be a lawyer in Indiana, so I have no knowledge of anyone. I told my son, probably would be at least $1000.00 for lawyer and reinstatement. So no way are they going to relook at the case?
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