Hi-my licence was revoked last year by DVLA after a Consultant reported me for alcohol misuse. I appealed this to the Sherrif Court and undertook liver function tests which showed an "entirely" normal liver. This was within 2 weeks of my revocation and I also have no history of misuse on my medical records.(I had originally gone to A&E for an unrelated problem where I saw this consultant for the very first and last time. After some time and several visits to the Sherrif Court the DVLA offered me a 1 year licence (without prejudice) which I refused but eventually had to accept because of mounting solicitors costs and time off the road(my job was at stake). I'm informed that the DVLA require me to take further blood tests in December before deciding on which licence to issue. In effect, despite me supplying the DVLA with clean blood tests within 2 weeks of them revoking my licence and subsequent supportive letter from my own GP, I am now it seems being forced to take further tests despite no offence having being committed and a non HRO. Can they legally do this?