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Allen County drivers could find their license suspended for any number of reasons. Some of them do not have anything to do with driving. Typically, a suspension will go into effect 18 days after you have received the notice. You will have that much time to fight the suspension before it goes into effect. The Bellinger Law Office can advocate on your behalf. Contact our Allen County driver’s license suspension lawyers today.
If you have been declared a habitual traffic offender, refused to take blood or breathalyzer test, or were caught driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol, a driver’s license suspension is probably in your future. Your license may also be suspended if you have failed to appear for a summons, allowed your car insurance to lapse, or a family court judge has revoked your license in order to enforce a child support order.
In some cases, you may be able to stop a suspension before it happens. In other cases, you may be able to argue for why your suspension should be reversed. In both cases, the attorneys at The Bellinger Law Office can help you successfully get back on the road and to your job.
The process of getting your license reinstated will be different depending on why it was suspended in the first place. For instance, those who have had their licenses suspended due to non-driving-related infractions can expect the process to typically be easier than those who have had multiple moving violations or DUIs. It is not impossible, however, to get your license back, even if you have pleaded guilty to a DUI. The process may require you to go to drug and alcohol counseling and install an interlock ignition device on your vehicle that performs a breathalyzer test on you before your car will start. You will also be required to pay a fee before the BMV will restore your license.
In cases in which your license was suspended for failure to pay spousal or child support or for writing back checks, the process of getting your license reinstated may be as simple as repaying the money owed to the other party. The attorneys at The Bellinger Law Office will look into your situation and determine what the court needs to see before they are willing to reinstate your license.
Our experienced attorneys have decades of experience dealing with the Indiana courts in Allen County and beyond. Talk to The Bellinger Law Office today and we will draw up a plan to get your license back and you back on the road.
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