My question involves a driver's license issued by the State of: Pennsylvania
I recently moved back to Pa from Florida, and previously KY. When turning in my license (FL) I was told that I had to take a written test, but they gave me a temp license ..then real...
but the person did not know why. I then recieved notice for the test that stated I had a speeding ticket in 1989 that had put points above 6 (70 in 55) & 1990 (80 in 55). Frankly I do not remember these and had already gotten a KY license in 1991. I now got notice of hearing on July 3 for the 1990 ticket even though I passed written test. I pulled my drivers record in Pa and Fl (can't in KY) and it was clean in Fl, but showed they suspended my license in January 9, 1991 (failure to respond) and restored it in Mar 27 1992. What can I expect in the hearing? Doesn't a restoration bring automatic 5 points? I know the test takes two pts off, but I have know idea from where or what points I have. I really remember none of this including getting ticket (even though the date seems to match) when I had a car stolen from me...that hit a police car later). Do I bring a lawyer to the hearing?