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Driving Privileges Restored For Habitual Traffic Offender

18 July 2016 | Case Results,  Traffic Violations,  

Attorney Sean Hessler

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Sean Hessler

18 July 2016

Case Results,  Traffic Violations,  

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In Indianapolis and its surrounding areas, most people probably consider driving to be a necessity; therefore, living with the consequences of serious traffic violations can cause a lot of hardships, especially for a person trying to make ends meet. Such was the case for a 40-year-old painter and contractor, who permanently lost his license after being classified as a habitual traffic offender due to a history of driving under suspension. Because his profession required driving between job sites, the man had been living with this limitation by having an employee or his wife do his driving, but this was not a feasible long term solution and he eventually contacted Indiana traffic attorney Sean Hessler to review his available options.

Attorney Hessler immediately began working for his client and used his wide-ranging knowledge of the traffic code and procedure to advise the man on how to proceed. After negotiating on his behalf, defense attorney Hessler secured his client specific driving privileges allowing him to drive for work. This outcome greatly pleased the man, who would now be free to earn a living without hindrance.

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