- Report: #913410
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Tx DPS Texas Dept. of Public Safety doesn't know what the right hand OR the left hand is doing! Internet
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Like my lawyer said, you can call one person, get one answer, then call back and get another person with a DIFFERENT answer.
But....But...they make these laws that EVEN they cannot follow?
My son has 6 different letters from Texas Dept of Safety of his license being suspended for a DWI in April of 2011. First one was in May of 2011, even before his ALR (Innocent until proven guilty?...not on Tx. DPS watch!) That was for one year. The second one came in June of 2011, again for one year.
The next letter of suspension was in July of 2011, so far he has been suspended three times for the same offense.
Oh wait...there is another letter of suspension that came in Aug of 2011, again for a year.
There is MORE...ANOTHER letter of suspension came in July 2012. again for one year.
There is MORE...ANOTHER letter of suspension came in for August of 2012, again for a year.
Government in your life will make it a living hell!
Get your head out of your BUTT TX DPS!
If ya'll don't know what is going on how can we? I hope this isn't about revenue from honest American citizens.
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