if anyone knows the 19 people who got through extenuating and compelling circumstances and were issued a license .I would love to hear how different theirs are from mine. I know a guy in Ellenville couldn't drive and he needs kidney dialysis.
My guess is that the DMV gave people license because they knew about the oral arguements and needed to show people have been successful .
Or maybe those extenuating circumstances came with a envelope full of cash..I wouldnt be a bit suprised to find out or someone was a neice of nephew of a big shot in the DMV
I was just diagnosed with COPD..My girlfriends mom was as well and she got herself a handicap card for her car...I think I am going for it myself..Maybe if we lose that will be an extenuating circumstance for me?
Its a damn shame that we even have to go threw trying every excuse in the book to try and live a normal life after it was wrongfully taken away from us in such a manner!
Im thinking the only other option some of us may have god forbid we lose is that DMV purposely did not approve applications under the old regulations awaiting the new policy to come into effect...Not all of us fall under that circumstance but Im sure there are a lot! My application was in by April or May of 2012...I heard crickets until November when they denied me...It does not take that long to go threw a licensing! It was done on purpose which means they were holding people responsible for a policy thats not in effect yet and thats not fair treatment..
That one witch judge who kept interrupting Sills said in one of her last statements that, She believes Sill thinks everyone is entitled to a license and they are not..I wish he would have said to her... No, not everyone is entitled to a license but everyone is entitled to fair treatment!