Dora L. Williams, a Milwaukee attorney and spokeswoman for the Wisconsin Department of Motor Vehicles, said the agency does not have a way to determine the license’s validity unless a person obtains a search warrant or court order.
“If someone does not meet the criteria, then we don’t have a record,” Williams said.
“We don’t know the reason.”
She said that, for instance, someone who had a traffic ticket that expired within a certain period would have to go through a license lookup to see if they had the right license to drive.
The license search process, which is done through a website called LicenseCheck.gov, does not include a license number.
In fact, it is not available on the site, she said.
But a search for the name of a license holder and the name and address of a vehicle can be found on the website.
It is not clear how many license searches the state has conducted, but the DMV did not respond to a request for comment.
Williams said the state doesn’t have an answer for why license numbers are not checked in a license search.
“It’s the reason why we don´t know the license number of an individual, if that individual has a driver’s license, we donít know if the person has a license,” Williams told CNN.
The DMV has not said why it does not check the license holder’s license number in its license lookup.
But the DMV told CNN that it does check the number.
“Once we have determined a license has been issued to an individual by the state of Wisconsin, the person is then contacted by a DMV employee to determine if they have a valid license to operate a motor vehicle,” Williams wrote in an email to CNN.
“When we receive the request, we verify the license is valid, and if the license does not match the vehicle that was issued, we determine the appropriate person to contact.”
When a person does not get a search or court warrant, the DMV does not notify the person of their right to a hearing, according to Williams.
“At this time, we do not have any record that would show that an individual was notified of their rights under this process,” Williams added.
If a person fails to meet the requirements, they are issued a citation.
However, Williams said, if a person is issued a summons, a judge will order them to appear in court to appear for a hearing to decide whether or not to contest the citation.
The person would then have 30 days to show up in court.
Williams explained that people have the right to challenge citations, but it is up to the judge to decide if that is the appropriate response.
“Our office does not give individuals the option of being held accountable for failure to appear, as this is an administrative process that requires the court to make a decision,” Williams stated.
“Therefore, the individual does not become liable for the consequences of their refusal to appear.
If an individual is found to have refused to appear to resolve a citation, the case will be transferred to a judge who will decide if they are in violation of their license terms.”
Williams also said the process to challenge a citation does not end with the person appearing in court, and the person would have the option to appeal to the district court, which would decide the case on appeal.
“The person is not obligated to show their license to the DMV or appear in front of a judge for the hearing,” Williams concluded.
But, if the judge orders the person to appear before the court, they would have 30 calendar days to do so, Williams wrote.
The law is clear: If a license is not on file, it has no legal standing.
That is because a person can’t be held liable for having a license revoked or suspended for failing to show it up in the first place.
That means people who are charged with a misdemeanor can be released from jail, but they can’t get a license for driving without a license.
For example, if you are charged for operating a motor car without a valid driver’s licence, you would have a right to an appeal to a court, Williams noted.
The fact that a person has not been notified of that right does not mean the person did not know that they could not have their license suspended or revoked.
If you have been charged with driving without your license and you fail to show your license at the DMV, your license will be suspended for 30 days.
However if you do not show your driver’s permit at the time of the suspension, your driver license will not be suspended.
If the person who has the suspension does not show up for the court hearing, the court will issue a temporary suspension of their driver license for 30 calendar day periods, Williams stated in the email.
In some states, it may take up to 30 days for the license to be returned to the state.
However in other states, such as Texas, where the license was suspended and then reinstated, the license can be immediately returned to you