It’s easy to take your mobility for granted. It’s easy to believe that you’ll always have your driver’s license, and that nothing can jeopardize it. But when you start picking up too many speeding tickets and other more seriou, driving violations, your license can be placed at risk. The attorneys at Razumich & Associates can protect your driving privileges so that you can focus on taking care of your family.
If your license is already suspended, we may still be able to help – whether your suspension is due to a DUI charge, unpaid tickets, an insurance violation, or a habitual traffic determination. While the law used to require that ALL suspensions needed to be served as ordered, changes in the law have allowed experienced attorneys like the ones at Razumich & Associates to fight for your ability to drive without the risk of being arrested for having a suspended license.
If your license is suspended, you may still be eligible for Specialized Driving Privileges, which is the technical name for a Hardship License in Indiana. Specialized Driving Privileges allow for a person to drive to and from work, to and from child care obligations, and to and from any other activities the Court determines is “essential.” The license can be restricted by the hours that you’re allowed to drive, and if you are found driving outside of the hours (or a sensible route) that the Court has authorized you could lose the hardship privileges and be forced to serve out your suspension.
Not everyone with a suspended license qualifies for a hardship license. Indiana places certain restrictions on who can get a hardship license at this time. These restrictions include:
• People with a CDL endorsement on their license
• Conviction of any crime involving a vehicle that caused death or serious bodily injury to a person
• People who refused a Certified Chemical Test in a DUI investigation
• People who have previously had Specialized Driving Privileges revoked
It’s easier than people think to fall down the rabbit hole of having a suspended license. It’s nearly impossible to get around Indiana without a driver’s license, and you want to make sure that you aren’t breaking the law every time you need to go to the grocery store. Contact us today and find out how you can get back to being a law-abiding motorist.