Ah…more discrimination from the DMV, San Antonio:
Babcock Driver License Office of San Antonio, Texas
1258 Babcock Road
San Antonio, TX 78201
To whom it may concern:
I have tried many times to contact you by phone, but I always get a busy signal. I am a Service Dog trainer, and my client is due to take her driver’s test on the 11th. My client has a Service Dog, Sea-Jay, who must be present with her at all times due to her medical condition – Sea-Jay is a medical alert dog. Sea-Jay is also a fully-trained Service Dog who is completely laid-back and absolutely friendly. My client was told that none of the female evaluators would be willing to go with her for her driver’s test because of the dog in the back – and that she would have to go with a man. My client cannot be around men she does not know – it is part of her disability. For you to deny her access to a female evaluator based upon the presence of a Service Dog is considered harassment of a Service Dog and harassment of a Service Dog handler, a misdemeanor in the state of Texas.
If you do not allow my client to take her driver’s test with a female, I will be reporting you to the police for this misdemeanor.
You may call me at any time at the phone number below.
Laurie A. Gawelko, M.S.
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