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I recived a DUI which was reduced to recless driving. There

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I recived a DUI which was reduced to recless driving. There was not enough evidence to prosocute because I did not blow and passed all field sorbrity test as well as explained why my lights were not on. 1st day in new company car where the dash board light automactically iullumanate.                               My question is When I appied for job recently the requested I have a leagel drivers licenes. I have a re stricted licenens which jude approved is this considered a leagal license? How will this charge show up to potiental employers? Do they consider me a higher liabilty? I work in sales and will drive my own car? How can I limit access as to the nature of information released to prospective employer?
Submitted: 8 years ago.
Category: Legal
Expert:  Law Educator, Esq. replied 8 years ago.
While it is a legal license, it will show up to employers as "restricted" and you will have to prove what the restrictions are. Since your job is sales and if you are required to drive around all day, you will have to go back to the judge and make sure that this is permissible under the restriction, since most restrictions limit your driving to and from work. It does create a higher liability for the employer if it is on their insurance or if any negligence in your driving can be attributed to them while you are working for them. You cannot limit the access to the employer, since these issues are a matter of public record.

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