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Civil Practice – DUI – Habitual Offender – Late Filing With DMV – Actual Knowledge – Reversal (access required)

Where defendant was declared an habitual offender, a judge purported to dismiss the habitual offender order five years later for lack of further proceedings, defendant's driver's license was reinstated upon his petition without the judge's or DMV's knowledge of the habitual offender order that had not been filed with DMV as required, and defendant could ...

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