Obtain a Hardship License
Franklin, Indiana Lawyer Andrew S. Roesener
The loss of your driver's license can make it difficult to perform everyday tasks in life-particularly making it to and from work. If you have lost your driver's license due to traffic offenses, it may be possible to obtain a probationary license.
Driver's license suspension can present a significant obstacle. With a hardship license, you will have the opportunity to drive to and from work. Call Andrew S. Roesener at 317-736-6125 or e-mail the firm to schedule your free consultation and learn how you can obtain a hardship license.
How Did You Lose Your Driving Privileges?
Andrew S. Roesener assists people who have lost their driver's licenses in two types of cases. In some situations, people can face driver's license suspension for five to ten years.
- Individuals who have been designated by the Bureau of Motor Vehicles as habitual traffic offenders due to multiple convictions for drunk driving, reckless driving, driving with a suspended license, leaving the scene of an accident and other charges.
- Individuals who have been declared habitual traffic offenders due to the accumulation of traffic tickets in conjunction with a conviction for drunk driving, reckless driving, driving with a suspended license, leaving the scene of an accident and other charges.
It is also possible to lose driving privileges for six months for marijuana offenses.
How Can You Obtain Limited Driving Privileges?
The firm can determine your eligibility for obtaining a hardship license. A case can be built to show why you are a worthy candidate. Hardship licenses are generally granted because an individual must be able to work to provide for a family or because the individual is enrolled in a rehabilitation class. As your attorney, Mr. Roesener can make a valid argument for getting your probationary license.
Contact the firm today to schedule your free consultation.