Bill had a revoked license due to 3 prior drunk-driving convictions.
I convinced the hearing officer to restore Bill’s driving privileges.
At the hearing, I submitted the following evidence to the hearing officer: letters of sobriety, a favorable substance-abuse evaluation of an alcohol problem in remission and a good prognosis for continued sobriety, a negative drug screen, employment records demonstrating continuing employment with excellent reviews, AA sign-in sheets documenting continued attendance at AA for more than 1 year, and alcohol treatment records documenting successful completion of an alcohol treatment program.
At the hearing, when I questioned Bill, he responded convincingly. I also called a witness who testified favorably on Bill’s behalf. Upon completion of the testimony, I argued that Bill should be allowed to drive.
Once again, the hearing officer agreed and granted my request for restoring Bill’s driving privileges.