Reinstate Driving Privileges
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1 Aug 02
MEMORANDUM FOR ### MXS/CC
FROM: ### MXS/LGMG (Amn Joe Jackson)
SUBJECT: Reinstatement of Base Driving Privileges
1. Request my driving privileges on <NAME> AFB be reinstated. They are currently
until May 2003.
2. I believe this suspension is unwarranted. In May 2001, prior to deploying to
Al Jaber AB, Kuwait, I was arrested by the Lowndes County Sheriff’s Office for
driving on a suspended license. At the time of arrest, I was unaware that my
driver’s license was suspended. Years before, I received a speeding ticket in
West Virginia, which I promptly paid. However, the Department of Motor Vehicles
in West Virginia claimed they never received payment and sent me several notices
warning me of the non-payment. Unfortunately, they sent these notices to a
previous address that I no longer resided at; therefore I never received them
and wrongfully assumed that the citation had been paid. Had I known there was a
problem, I would have resolved it immediately. As it turns out, I sent another
payment in May 2001, and now have a current driver’s license.
3. Please consider my situation and reinstate my driving privileges on <NAME>
AFB. The suspension is a result of a misunderstanding that I have corrected.
Please contact me at XXXX if you have any further questions or need additional
clarification. Your consideration in this matter is greatly appreciated.
JOE JACKSON, Amn, USAF
1st Ind, ### MXS/CC
TO: ### SFS/SFAR
1. Recommend approval of Amn Jackson’s request. I am convinced he was unaware of
his license suspension; there was no intentional misconduct on his part.
2. If you have additional questions, please call me at XXXX.
COMMANDER'S SIGNATURE BLOCK
2nd Ind, ### SPTG/CD
TO: ### MXS/CC
Request is approved/disapproved.
COMMANDER'S SIGNATURE BLOCK
Reminder, the closing line is 5 spaces below the last line of text.
I had a troop that ran into a similar issue. After about 3 weeks
his driving privileges were reinstated, but it is completely up to the "airman"
to prove innocence.