You should go back to the DMV to have your license reissued. There is no means of getting around this without pro's help. Maybe you've had a national dilemma as well as the attorney to resolve it.
You've found a lawyer that you like. He or she seems incredibly intelligent and knows the law backwards and forwards. Now you need to decide on one thing: How can I utilize this person's skills to defend me on a criminal charge?
You might feel strange trying to find a criminal defense attorney if you have done nothing wrong and been accused of nothing, but it will really save you a lot of hassle in the long run if you do this research right now. There is no guarantee that you will ever have to even call the professional for this type of help, but he or she will be there. There are always legal questions that come up in these fields, so you will also benefit from having someone you can trust with the answers.
To set it up, tell the jurors that they have been chosen to create a series of tests to make people look uncoordinated or unbalanced. Most of this step involves going into more detail on the things motorists are asked to do during the coordination exercises. I like to start off asking the first panelist if she would have a person stand with their feet close together or shoulder-width apart (note that this also helps to accomplish our goal in Step Two). If the juror says close together, I will ask the next panelist if she agrees. If she does I'll ask the next juror why.
Has a good track record with similar cases. This, too, is very important for ensuring a good defense. A criminal defense lawyer should be versed in the kind of case that you're facing. A homicide expert might not be the lawyer to bring in to defend a robbery or DUI.
For felonies, you may even wish to ask just how many felony trials. I am ambivalent about that one, because I have only had to exhibit up for just one felony trial and the prosecutor decided