Multiple agencies will be working together to help individuals restore suspended or revoked driver licenses in a virtual Alachua County Driver License Clinic on February 1 through 5, 2021. Those wishing to participate must register online by January 5.
The Clinic is an opportunity for individuals in Alachua County with suspended, canceled, or revoked driver licenses to meet with multiple agencies and work on getting their driver license reinstated in a one-stop event. The participating agencies include the Alachua County Clerk of Court, Alachua County Tax Collector, Eighth Judicial Circuit, Eighth Circuit Public Defender, Eighth Circuit State Attorney, First District Office of Regional Counsel, Alachua County Court Services, Florida Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, Florida Department of Revenue, the Florida Bureau of Administrative Review, and Volunteer Attorneys.
Registered participants will have their driver licenses researched, and volunteer attorneys will assist the individual in working with the participating agencies in getting back on the road with a valid driver license. As part of the Clinic, the Clerk’s Office will waive all collection fees and interest on overdue court obligations for participants who pay in full the original obligation amount.
For more information, visit the Clerk of the Court’s website or contact Christy Cain at 352-264-7003.