Fines for criminal conviction

How can I get my license back if I can't work.

Snowball effect. My license was suspended for not paying a ticket. Then I git pulled over again, had drugs on me and went to jail. I am currently on probation,. I'm staying clean , working, and making monthly payments for my fines. I really want to be a productive member of society. The problem is that if I can't drive, I can't work and if I can't work I can't pay my fines. And so I choose to drive. I have gotten two more driving on a suspended license tickets in the last six months. I know Im probably going to do jail time now. Is there anything I can do to get out from under this mess I've made? The system makes it nearly impossible for people to get their life back

All of my choices just made my situation even worse. I was trying not to be a bigger burden to my family but wound up disappointing them even more. Thank you for your comments. I hope whoever reads them takes your advice BEFORE they make the same mistakes I made. INSANITY: Doing the same thing over and over again, expecting different results

Nathan’s Answer

As you acknowledge, there is a snowball effect. But the effect is made worse when you don't find alternatives to driving to work until you can pay fines and straighten out your license. Family, friends and public transportation are all viable options even if it makes life more difficult temporarily, since as you've seen, over the long term, it's not worth it to continue to violate the law. It is doable with enough motivation; I wish you best of luck.

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