If you’re charged with an Indiana DUI, you may have to worry about losing your driving privileges before you even go to court. But did you know that there’s something called specialized driving privileges that can allow you to keep driving while your case is pending? 

Suspended but Not Yet Convicted?   

You may be wondering, Isn’t it unfair if my license gets suspended while my case is pending since that’s punishing me before any outcome of a potential case? I’m innocent until proven guilty, right?  

The answer is yes, you are innocent until proven guilty. The problem is that when you first get a driver’s license, you essentially agree that if there’s probable cause that you were driving under the influence, the BMV can administratively suspend your driver’s license. But don’t worry, specialized driving privileges can be a lifesaver for those who are facing Indiana DUI charges.

Click here to read more about driving with pending DUI charges.