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To: MIAMILAW1127 Below is a conversation on January 8 2016.

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To: MIAMILAW1127Below is a conversation on January 8 2016. Although you did answer my question it would be beneficial if you could provide either documentation or links to demonstrate to others the presence of the 3 month consideration.Thanks,
Ray DilsThis reponse was posted 4 years ago by your site:Thank you, ***** ***** can revoke your license due to the seizures. The FL guidelines state that, applicants and licensed drivers should be seizure free for a period of two years before being approved for licensing, and if found to have a seizure during while licensed such license is subject to suspension. If a person is under regular medical supervision, it is possible to apply for a review by the Medical Review Board after being seizure-free for six months. These guidelines apply for all types of seizures. The isolated seizure with a normal encephalogram may be reviewed at the end of three months. For your reference, here is a link to the guidelines:Please let me know if you have any follow up questions.The question involves a review after 3 months for an isolated event with no prior history. Does this condition still exist under Florida law?Thanks you in advance.08 January 2016 03:17MIAMILAW1127LawyerI understand the questions better now.Yes, this process still exists under Florida law.08 January 2016 03:20And by the process you are referring to the potential 3 month review?08 January 2016 03:50MIAMILAW1127
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Traffic Law
Expert:  MIAMILAW1127 replied 1 year ago.

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The process takes about 3 months, however, that is not a hard and fast rule.

The following link provides more information on the process:

The basics are that you petition for an independent medical review and the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles makes a ruling on your driving privileges.

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