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Habitual Traffic Violator Attorneys in FishersMario Massillamany Criminal Defense Attorney Former Prosecutor

If Your License Has Been Suspended, We Can Help

In Indiana, a couple traffic violations offer the span of several years is no big deal – but serial traffic violations may be penalized under our state’s habitual traffic violator (HTV) law. Drivers who consistently commit traffic offenses over a 10-year period may be charged as an HTV, which carries harsh penalties including revoked driving privileges.

Most of us rely on our cars to get to work, transport our families, and complete our daily responsibilities. Without a driver’s license, you are put at a severe disadvantage and may have a hard time providing for yourself and your loved ones. If you find yourself charged as an HTV, seek legal representation from the Fishers traffic violation Attorney Mario Massillamany and his legal team. We can help protect your rights and freedom.

Contact us online or give us a call at (317) 434-1490.

What Qualifies Someone as a Habitual Traffic Violator?

If you are not well-versed in Indiana’s traffic law, you may be unsure whether your situation warrants HTV status. There are various ways that a driver can become labeled a habitual traffic violator.

You may be charged if you committed:

  • Two major offenses involving death in a 10-year period: Certain instances of reckless homicide with a vehicle, drunk driving, or hit and runs that involve death may qualify as major offenses. This conviction leads to a 10-year license suspension or a lifetime suspension if the HTV has at least two violations of drunk driving that result in death.
  • Three major offenses in 10 years: You can be charged as an HTV if you have committed three major offenses (not necessarily involving injury or death) in the span of 10 years. This conviction leads to a 10-year license suspension.
  • One major offense and nine moving violations in 10 years: You could be charged as an HTV if you have committed nine traffic violations (excluding parking or equipment violations) as well as one major offense. This conviction would lead to a five-year license suspension.

To avoid the severe consequences of a conviction as an HTV, you will need strong legal defense. Here at Massillamany Jeter & Carson LLP, we know what it takes to avoid a conviction so that you can maintain your driving privileges. Our Fishers traffic violation attorneys can also help you file for special driving privileges if your license has already been suspended.

Get in touch with us today by calling (317) 434-1490.

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