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Those Declared Habitual Traffic Offenders Can Lose Their License for Years. Our Firm Works to Help You Avoid This Penalty or Reinstate Your License.

Habitual Traffic Violators in Central Indiana

Indianapolis Criminal Lawyer Defends Your Driving Privileges

If you have numerous traffic citations, you could be putting yourself at great risk. Not only can various traffic tickets cause your insurance premiums to increase significantly, but you could also lose your driver's license and face criminal charges. At Keffer Barnhart LLP, we know that you may be feeling confused about your rights as a driver in Indiana but we are prepared to defend you and your future.

When you work with an Indianapolis criminal defense attorney from our firm, we can actively pursue a favorable outcome for your case and defend your driving privileges. Contact our firm today!

Indiana Categories of Habitual Traffic Violators

A habitual traffic violator is any individual who is cited for multiple traffic violations within a 10-year period. Any individual who is charged with traffic offenses needs to ensure that he or she works with an attorney as soon as possible. Without the guidance of a lawyer, you could be facing an uphill battle in protecting your future and defending your rights.

According to Indiana law, there are three categories of habitual traffic violators:

  • 4(a) - This is designated for individuals who are the direct cause of at least 2 fatal crashes in their lifetime. This will result in a lifetime license suspension.
  • 4(b) - This category includes individuals who commit at least 3 major traffic violations of the course of a 10-year period. Driving under the influence, reckless driving, and hit and runs are examples of major violations. This will result in a 10-year license suspension.
  • 4(c) - If you do not commit 10 major violations, but still commit at least 1 major violation and 9 minor violations, you will fall in the 4(c) category. This will result in a 5-year license suspension.

It is important that you work with an attorney from our firm to fight these offenses and ensure that your rights and privileges are protected. Many times, people are unaware that they are being classified as habitual violators. In some cases, individuals have had their rights violated during a traffic stop and law enforcement may not actually be able to prove that the person was in violation of any law. Regardless of the situation that you are faced with, consult Keffer Barnhart LLP for legal advice.

Protecting the Rights of Indiana Drivers

At our firm, we use our experience and knowledge of the various laws regarding traffic violations to actively pursue a favorable outcome for every client's case. We know that driving is important to you; it is the main form of transportation for residents in and around central Indianapolis.

When you work with our firm, we can fight any habitual traffic violator charges that are filed against you and work to secure a desirable verdict or settlement to your case as quickly as possible.

If you have questions or concerns about your situation, contact an Indianapolis habitual traffic violator lawyer from Keffer Barnhart LLP today and schedule a free initial consultation.

Our Accomplishments

  • Former Deputy Prosecutors

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  • Two-time Indianapolis Bar Association Director's Award Recipient

  • Top 40 Under 40 according to the National Trial Lawyers Association

  • Superior Driving Under the Influence (DUI) Attorney by the National Advocacy for DUI Defense

  • Former Marion County (Indianapolis) DUI Prosecution Unit