Legal clinic Mar 10 in Lynnwood to help veterans reinstate their driver's license

Monday, February 26, 2018

Eligible veterans who need help reinstating their driver’s license can get free legal assistance at an upcoming legal clinic in Lynnwood on Saturday, March 10, 2018.

To receive services at the clinic, you should make an appointment no later than March 5. To make an appointment, call (425) 258-9283 ext. 16.

You are eligible for services through the clinic if:
  • You served in any branch of the Armed Forces or the National Guard (must bring DD-214); or
  • You are currently serving in any branch of the Armed Forces or the National Guard; and
  • Your household income is below 400% of the Federal Poverty Level. 

At the clinic, legal professionals will be available to assist with issues related to reinstating driver’s licenses.

Note that space is limited and that volunteers will only provide limited legal assistance. They will not provide clients with ongoing representation or provide help with other legal matters.

The clinic is a partnership between Snohomish County Legal Services and the Washington State Bar Association’s Call to Duty initiative, with support from the Washington State Bar Foundation.


Anonymous,  February 27, 2018 at 12:17 PM  

More info please! Are veterans a notable group with invalid licenses? Have they lost them to DUI or because they are deployed at time of renewal? Questions abound!

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