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A woman fell into a quickly overwhelming cycle of driver’s license suspensions and fees for failing to maintain insurance on her vehicle. Ohio requires driver’s to demonstrate financial responsibility by keeping certain amounts of insurance coverage. Driving under suspension is a misdemeanor crime that can lead to even more fees, additional suspension of driving privileges, and a criminal record that can affect many aspects of a person’s life.
This woman had been through a series of suspensions that resulted in substantial reinstatement fees owed to the Bureau of Motor Vehicles. Once her suspensions were over, she couldn’t afford the significant cost of the fees and was never able to reinstate her driver’s license. She decided to look for help, and called attorney Chase Mallory, one of the Columbus Criminal Defense team. Mallory dove into the bureaucratic maze at the BMV and helped the woman get onto a payment plan that allowed her to make monthly payments toward her reinstatement fees. Mallory also was able to get her driving privileges while she made payments.
Later, she was pulled over in Fairfield County and charged with driving under suspension. Mallory was able to get the charge dismissed when he showed documentation that a judge had granted the woman driving privileges while she paid off her reinstatement fees.
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