Indiana Code 7.1-3-18-9 states that your premit will not be renewed if you have 2 convictions for OVWI and that the ABC shall revoke your permit due to a conviction for OVWI. My experience is that the ABC does a very poor job in revoking permits due to a conviction. However, you must disclose the convictions in your renewal application.
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The law in Indiana is that unless the State can prove you drove the automobile, sitting in a parking lot with the engine running is NOT operation. I have won many of these cases using Heigle and Corl as authority on this issue. Please contact an Indiana attorney who knows Indiana DUI law.
The fact that the officer didn't put the BAC on the ticket does not "nullify" the ticket. He can always testify about the facts he observed. Many officers write a narrative on the back of the original ticket. It will not be on the copy you recieved. Go to the clerk's office and look at the original to see what, if anything, he wrote on the back.
My advise to all my clients is to go to treatment if you need treatment. Do not go just to look good for the court. You will be wasting both your time and money.
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Under Federal law and in every state the mandatory revocation of a CDL for a DWI conviction is 1 year. Mark Foster