Reinstating Your Driver’s License in Kansas City
Aggressive Legal Representation to Get You Back on the Road
Some crimes, such as DUI, result in a suspended driver’s license. For most people, this makes life quite complicated, especially if they rely on their vehicle for work. The good news is there are legal options to try and have those privileges reinstated. The Law Office of Michael Crawford understands how to help, and we are prepared to fight for your right to drive. Call our Kansas City driver's license lawyer today to learn more.
What It Takes to Get Your Driving Privileges Back
Once your license is suspended, the steps needed to get your driving privileges back can be confusing. For many people, they are required to obtain a different kind of insurance and pay a fee.
In Missouri, the steps to reinstate your driving privileges include:
- Determining exactly which offense caused you to lose your driving privileges
- Submitting the appropriate form from this list
- Paying the reinstatement fees
- Submitting proof of insurance (SR-22)
In Kansas, the steps include:
- Registering with the Kansas Department of Revenue
- Submitting the form for alcohol-related suspension
- Install an ignition interlock device
- Pay the appropriate fees
There may be other steps required, and you must still qualify before you can successfully apply for the reinstatement of your driving privileges.
Schedule Your Free Consultation
As a former prosecutor, Attorney Michael Crawford has an in-depth understanding of the processes involved in helping our clients keep their lives in order as much as possible. Let us help you properly file for the reinstatement of your driving privileges. With our help, you will have the best chance of a favorable outcome for your situation.
Dial (816) 945-4930 today to get started on reinstating your driving privileges.
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