In this situation yes. Ohio law is clear that you do not have a right to drive. Driving and licensure is a privilege and if you are charged with a crime such as DUI Ohio can put you under a BMV suspension . You can try and file for driving privileges in your local municipal court where you live. Good luck.
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I agree with the above attorney's advice
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Ohio can suspend your license, but my reading of the relevant statute, Revised Code section 4510.17(B), is that your Ohio suspension should end after six months or whenever your Indiana suspension ends, whichever is EARLIER.Ask a similar question
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