A drivers license suspension is a common result of certain traffic offenses. For example, you might receive a suspended drivers license for drunk driving or for reckless driving. Too many points on your license or unpaid traffic tickets can also result in a suspended license. If your license is suspended, this probably creates a whole host of problems for you. You may be unable to get to work or to fulfill your other obligations.
Whether or not you can get a drivers license reinstatement for your suspended license in such cases depends on a few factors:
In some cases, you may also be able to apply for a temporary or restricted license that allows you to do only limited things- like driving to work- before you have completed all of the requirements as well as waited out the waiting period mandated for your suspension.
To determine what your options are and to get help getting your license back, it is strongly recommended that you speak to an experienced attorney.