In Indiana, not being able to legally drive has a negative effect on almost every aspect your life. From maintaining relationships with friends and family to decreased job opportunities, including the general inability to accomplish things quickly, going without a valid license is hard work.
If the BMV has determined that you are a Habitual Traffic Violator, and you decide to drive anyway, you better hope you are not pulled over. Driving while HTV is a Level 6 felony, punishable by up to two-and-a-half years in jail. If you get caught doing this a second time, you can be charged with a Level 5 felony, which means you will be facing up to six years in jail.
If the BMV has declared you a Habitual Traffic Violator (HTV), the Marc Lopez Law Firm can likely get you driving legally. For more information, please check out the License section of the website.
If you are currently facing charges of Operating a Vehicle While HTV, the attorneys at the Marc Lopez Law Firm can help you, regardless of the felony level. Most importantly, we can likely get you legal driving privileges as part of your criminal case. If you are dealing with a criminal charge of Operating a Vehicle While HTV, please do not hesitate to contact the attorneys of the Marc Lopez Law firm at 317-632-3642.