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By James Holder, Attorney at Law, Apr 26 2016 09:48PM

The answer is YES in most cases in Indiana. The "hardship license" has been eliminated with a more available and lenient specialized driving permit. Under the law in Indiana, nearly anyone with a driver's license (which is suspended) can obtain a driving permit through a court action. An exception exists for those persons under a suspension for refusal to submit to a breath test. .Although the court has nearly unlimited conditions that it can place on a specialized permit, most courts are inclined to grant privileges for the purposes of work related driving and other necessary driving.

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