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    John Plagge is offline Junior Member
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    statute of limitations and sr-22

    What is the name of your state? Colorado

    I recieved a DUI (my 2nd one) in Colorado in 1989, and soon thereafter left the state. Since then I havent had a valid license. I have had a few tickets for driving without in other states, but have always payed them.
    Currently I am living in Oklahoma, and last time I checked with the DMV here, Colorado did not have a warrant on me, but they were still blocking my license with OK, wanting me to pay them $200.00 for a re-instatement fee. My question is, is this legal after 19 years? and is there any judicial recourse I can follow with Oklahoma to override Colorado.
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    FlyingRon is offline Senior Member
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    There's no statute of limitations.
    You need to square yourself with Colorado before Oklahoma (or any other state) will consider licensing you.
    Frankly, you're lucky you didn't end up here. You'd have spent some days in jail over this.
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    John Plagge is offline Junior Member
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    thanks

    Not sure where "here" is, but I'm glad im not there. Sounds like another money grabbing R state.
    Peace out Bro

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