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Florida DUI Business Purposes License News

Florida DUI Business Purposes License News
Business Permits
DUI Florida Attorney from Tampa and friend of the site, Lawyer Michael P. Maddux, www.madduxattorneys.com, just updated us on recent developments at the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, Bureau of Administrative Reviews, DHSMV / BAR. Mike tells me that the new policy of issuing temporary business purposes only BPO permits only until the date of the administrative hearing is being eliminated. The business permits will now be issued through seven (7) working days after the date of the hearing.
Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, Bureau of Administrative Reviews, DHSMV / BAR is implementing a new policy on the responsibility of the BAR supervisor and hearing officers concerning paperwork issues. Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, Bureau of Administrative Reviews, DHSMV / BAR has also asked their legal staff for a legal review of their policy regarding how to handle officers who do not show up for hearings although they are under subpoena.
Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, Bureau of Administrative Reviews, DHSMV / BAR legal staff has until the middle of September to respond to concerns about failure to appear by law enforcemrnt witnesses. Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers is seeking to return the administrative formal review process to some semblance of fairness. We remain concerned about drivers’ rights to a fair hearing at the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, Bureau of Administrative Reviews, DHSMV / BAR.