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If my license per the state of TX are clear; however the

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If my license per the state of TX are clear; however the judge tells me I cannot drive, if I get pulled over what information will be pulled up by law enforcement via by DL?
Submitted: 4 months ago.
Category: Legal
Expert:  Roger replied 4 months ago.

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If there is a court order that the judge signs that restricts your driving privileges, that is likely to be provided to the DMV, and therefore, would appear on your license. However, if the judge doesn't actually enter a court order that provides this, it is likely not going to appear anywhere.