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Habitual Traffic Violator

Losing your license due to being a habitual traffic violator can be tough on you and your family. Luckily, it is also an offense that an experienced attorney may be able to help provide the relief you need.



What is a Habitual Traffic Violator?

A habitual traffic violator is a criminal charge that comes about as a result not of the particular traffic offense but rather the cumulative effect of numerous traffic offenses. For this reason, an experienced attorney is often needed to review your criminal history to determine whether or not you actually meet the criteria set forth in the Indiana code to make you a habitual traffic offender.

Having a suspended license is already tough, but having a record on your license could be worse because you could lose out on job opportunities, a chance to buy a home, or miss out on events due to not being able to drive.


What can an experienced habitual traffic violator attorney do for you?

An experienced attorney can help you defend your case both in front of a judge and even at the administrative level at the BMV if necessary. Every situation is different, but with legal representation, you will have the ease of mind that someone with both the knowledge of the legal system and experience handling the sort of cases is guiding you through your case and making sure the you get back on the road with about license just as soon as possible.

The Indiana Code permits individuals with an Indiana license to petition for what is known as a Specialized Driving Privilege (SDP) -formerly referred to as a hardship license. Indiana residents with an SDP have the ability to continue driving on a limited circumstance even though their license may be suspended. Contact the attorneys at Boren, Oliver & Coffey, LLP for a free case review today to determine your options for both the specialized driving privilege and/or a pending habitual traffic violator criminal case.