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A driver’s license can be suspended for any number of reasons. Maybe you were caught driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Maybe you racked up too many points on your license. Maybe you failed to make child support payments on time. Whatever the reason, you have a right to petition the State of Indiana for a hardship license.
After your license is suspended, you may be able to petition the State of Indiana for a hardship license. A hardship license is a restricted or conditional license that allows you to go to and from work or any other necessity of life.
Licenses can be suspended for any number of reasons. Most of these reasons allow motorists to apply for hardship licenses, but others do not. You may be prohibited from being granted a hardship license if:
The Bellinger Law Office will take a look at your case and determine the likelihood that the court will grant you a hardship license.
The Indiana courts understand that sometimes good people make mistakes. In most cases, the court will grant you a hardship license if you can show that you need your vehicle for work or for the necessities of life. Common reasons for suspension that allow hardship licenses include:
An Allen County hardship license lawyer can help you apply for a hardship license if your license has been suspended. Contact The Bellinger Law Office today to learn more about how we can help.
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