Florida driver’s license suspended because of a drug conviction?

An adjudication of guilt for possession (or sale) of a drug such as cocaine or marijuana results in a 2-year drivers license suspension under Florida statute 322.055.  How do you get a driver’s license after a suspension for a drug conviction?  You have to wait six months after the conviction before you’re eligible for a restricted license.  You’ll have to apply with the Bureau of Administrative Review.  For the location of the Bureau of Administrative Review in Ft. Myers, take a look at this page on my site. 

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