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Ms. Johnson, good afternoon. I certainly understand the situation and your concern. Based upon what you shared above, you would have to go back and try and vacate some of the judgments which have been entered against you, if you want to try and avoid the suspension. I say this because you need to first try and remove the points but need a valid reason to reopen those cases, whereby points were imposed. Moreover, if there was an error with your license being suspended and it was in error and a mistake, it can be withdrawn, not counting against you, which appears to be the case here. The process is not easy and if you are going to try and do it, need to 1) retain counsel first and 2) have them review your record and see if they can vacate something and if they do, reverse the suspension.
You can contact the Department of Motor Vehicles and see about filing an appeal. You would want a criminal defense attorney to represent you, who handles traffic criminal cases.