How is public transportation where you live? Kind of nonexistent? Well, if you are convicted (or sometimes even charged) with certain criminal offenses (like DUI) or infractions (like not having valid insurance), the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles steps in and suspends your license. But you have to get to work! Ignore the suspension at your peril. If stopped, you can be charged with further traffic infractions (that may come with additional suspensions) and even crimes. Why take that risk when recent changes in Indiana law allow you to drive legally (usually with certain restrictions)?
We have many clients in need of specialized driving privileges (SDPs). What we offer them is our in-depth legal expertise not only of the SDP laws, but of what is required in different counties to file the necessary paperwork and present evidence to a judge in seeking these privileges. No bus stop near you? No subway? Don’t drive illegally. Contact The Criminal Defense Team to validly get back behind the wheel.