In Indiana, it is a requirement to possess a valid driver’s license in order to operate a motor vehicle. Operating a motor vehicle without a license is a crime in Indiana. Even if you forget your license at home, you can still be charged. Under Indiana Law, being charged for the first time for Operating without a valid license, can result in a Class C Misdemeanor.  Any subsequent charges for operating without a valid license will be classified as a Class A Misdemeanor.

In addition to potential jail time, the Court could recommend that the BMV suspend the driving privileges of an individual convicted for Operating a Vehicle Without a Valid License.  Furthermore, a conviction for this offense could count towards a person being deemed a Habitual Traffic Violator. Any license suspension for this would be eligible for Specialized Driving Privileges.

If you, or someone you know, is charged with Operating a Vehicle Without a License, it is important that you call an attorney who understands the importance of everyday driving and how to best attack potential weaknesses in the Prosecution’s case. The attorneys at the Marc Lopez Law Firm work swiftly to get you back out on the road and driving again.  Call the Marc Lopez Law Firm today to schedule your free consultation and discuss how we can help you get your life, and driving privileges, back.  Call us today at 317 632 3642.