Interlock Device Not Required
In this case, our client was told by the Registry of Motor Vehicles that he had never had hardship hours removed from his record following a 1996 OUI. Our client in fact provided our office with a license issued in 2015 that had no restrictions. The Registry argued that their system showed hardship hours were never removed and argued that our client was required to maintain an interlock device for two years. Our client's last criminal offense was in 1996. Attorney Gilman was able to argue that the Registry's system was incorrect and that the Registry could not explain why our client had a valid license issued in 2015 with no restrictions. Attorney Gilman called into question the validity of the restrictions and the Board of Appeals issued an order permitting our client to fully reinstate with no interlock device.
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