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Driving is not a constitutional right. You get your drivers license based on the skills you have and the rules you agree to follow. After you get your driving license you must continue to demonstrate your ability to drive safely on the road.
A first-time low-level OVI (with a blood alcohol concentration of . 08 to . 16%) will result in a license suspension of 90 days. In most cases, you will be able to get limited driving privileges to allow you to drive to work, school, and other places after a set period of time.
In some cases, you may qualify to request limited driving privileges after serving the \u201chard time\u201d suspension required under Ohio law. This hard time may be as little as 15 days for first offenders who test at or slightly above the legal limit.
To receive a hardship license, the driver must file a petition for limited driving privileges in the court that has jurisdiction over his or her arrest. It is not necessary to have a hearing for the petition seeking limited driving privileges to be granted.
To receive a hardship license, the driver must file a petition for limited driving privileges in the court that has jurisdiction over his or her arrest. It is not necessary to have a hearing for the petition seeking limited driving privileges to be granted.
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Under Ohio law, the court can grant limited driving privileges for occupational, educational, vocational, or medical purposes in addition to attending court-ordered treatment programs.
Can I get limited driving privileges? You may be able to request driving privileges from the court, depending on the type of suspension you received. For qualified suspensions, a court may order limited driving privileges to allow you to drive for specific reasons, at certain times, and in designated locations.
In Ohio, driving under suspension is typically a first-degree misdemeanor offense that carries up to six months in jail. You also face up to $1,000 in fines.
To receive a hardship license, the driver must file a petition for limited driving privileges in the court that has jurisdiction over his or her arrest. It is not necessary to have a hearing for the petition seeking limited driving privileges to be granted.
For a first-time-offender convicted of OVI, a court may grant unlimited driving privileges on a court suspension. If a first-time-offender is granted unlimited driving privileges, the privileges are only valid in a vehicle equipped with an ignition interlock.

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