If I lost my MI. license over 22 years ago, can I obtain a MA. license without having to go back to Mi?

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If I lost my MI. license over 22 years ago, can I obtain a MA. license without having to go back to Mi. for a hearing?
03/11/2017   |   Category: Drivers License   |   State: Massachusetts   |   #33761

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It depends on whether the record still exists in Minnesota because when you apply for a license in Massachusetts. The State of Limitations on some criminal misdemeanors in MINNESOTA is 3 years if the charge was a misdemeanor. Some traffic violations have no statute of limitations. If the charge was pending but never heard it could also be barred by the 3 year statute of limitations. There is really no way to be sure but after 20 years the record may have been removed as barred.

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