I have been elgible since october 2009..however i am a single mom of four with very little income. I was told in times of hardship(depended the circumstances) I could have a judge waive my fee( $225.00) so that I can maybe be able to drive to work again and the store and dr. visits?
Criminal Defense Attorney
There are situations where the court can waive reinstatement fees. Likely you would need an attorney to evaluate your particular situation and see if it would be available in your case. Since it seems like you would have difficultly paying to hire a lawyer, I suggest you look into pro bono legal services in your area. Here is a good place to start: http://www.in.gov/judiciary/probono/
You could also ask the clerk in your county if the county has a pro bono program. If this suspension was the result of a criminal conviction, you may be eligible for a public defender.
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