stopped in person at affton office & at the state driving test office. Neither could help us.
We Stopped in affton office and koch road state driver testing office. Neither could help us without her data. she passed written and driving skills test on her original permit,issued in february 2012.
I am a different lawyer and I do understand your frustration with this -- I find it very strange that they have no record of your granddaughter or the permit that was issued to her anywhere in the computers. I can tell you that there is no legal precedent for this in Missouri or any other state (meaning that there are no laws to assist you with this problem and in general I can tell you that when state employees mess up on their jobs they will generally try to blame the member of the public who is having the difficulties with them -- rather than admit that they may have messed up and not entered her information in the computer when they should have, they would rather blame your granddaughter and throw the inconvenience back at her). I have addressed several situations of a similar nature in several states and the manner in which we approached it either (a) have the client apply for the driver license when she was supposed to be eligible for it, and when denied appeal the denial and ask for a hearing and bring in witnesses to swear under oath that the permit was issued to her and when (for example, if someone in your family brought her to the office), (b) same situation as (a) but have her apply for another permit and receive it and then apply for the license when she should have received it based upon the date of the first permit and when she is denied, appeal that decision, ask for a hearing and bring in witnesses, etc. However, even trying to use the DMV's appeal system may take almost as long as if she were to apply for a new permit today and wait the full 6 months to apply for the license, because it really does take the DMV's 3-6 months to have a hearing on any matter and there is no way to expedite one case over the other. I truly wish that we could give you a solid, sure fire way to approach this but we cannot do that (and your prior expert opted out and forwarded the question to me and we both conferred that there is no traffic law or any other law in Missouri that can help you get around this -- unless the clerk who issued her the permit is willing to tell his/her superiors that he/she issued that permit and vouch for her, the only recourse that you have is to appeal the refusal to issue the license and see what occurs at the hearing).
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