SCDMV Form DL-602. Request to Remove the Convicted Violent Offender Code

SCDMV Form DL-602. Request to Remove the Convicted Violent Offender Code

This form is used by individuals who have previously been convicted of a violent offense and wish to request the removal of the Convicted Violent Offender (CVO) code from their driving record. The CVO code is assigned to individuals who have been convicted of certain violent crimes and may impact their ability to obtain or maintain a driver's license.

The form consists of sections that require the applicant's personal information, including name, address, date of birth, and social security number. The applicant must also provide details about the offense for which the CVO code was assigned, such as the date of conviction, the court where the conviction took place, and any relevant case numbers.

It is important for applicants to carefully review the instructions provided on the form and gather any supporting documents that may be required, such as court records or proof of completion of sentencing requirements. Providing accurate and complete information is crucial to support the request for removal of the CVO code.

An example of when this form may be used is when an individual has completed their sentence for a violent offense and wishes to have the CVO code removed from their driving record. By submitting this form, they can demonstrate their rehabilitation and request a reconsideration of their driving privileges.

A related form to consider is SCDMV Form DL-601A, which is the Request for Driver's License Reinstatement Hearing. This form is used by individuals who have had their driver's license suspended or revoked due to certain offenses, including violent crimes, and wish to request a hearing to potentially have their driving privileges reinstated. While Form DL-602 specifically focuses on removing the CVO code, Form DL-601A addresses broader reinstatement requests.