J.P.K. v. Comm'r of Public Safety
J.P.K. was able to drive only on the condition that he not consume any alcohol. In addition he was required to blow into an interlock device to start his vehicle. At one point the Minnesota Department of Public Safety sent him a letter once again cancelling his license. He would have to restart the program! Believing this to be unfair, J.P.K. filed for administrative review and lost. He hired us. Fortunately we were able to demonstrate that our client did not violate the “no-use” of alcohol requirement and had the cancellation reversed without penalty.