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Indiana DWI Laws

In Indiana, the Operating While Intoxicated (OWI) may find you guilty of driving under the effects of drugs or if you have exceeded the blood alcohol content limit. BAC of .08% is lawfully considered OWI in Indiana. However, with a commercial driver’s license the limit is .04%. If under the age of 21, the limit is .02%. Furthermore, BAC over .15% will face extreme penalty.


Supervised suspension

If you are a suspect of OWI, an officer will take your BAC test. The officer chooses your test and you cannot talk to a lawyer before the test is taken. If, according to the BAC you have surpassed your legal limit, you will lose your license for 180 days. Also, if you are proven guilty in court, additional suspensions and penalties will be given. If you refuse to give the test, your license will be taken from you on the spot. You may be suspended for a year.


Judgment of court

If found guilty in court, driving privileges will be lost for another 90 days to 2 years depending on the court. If you have been found guilty for OWI before then suspension time will be longer and you will face more penalties. If you are convicted for the first time, court may hand you a probation license. Also, it may be just a 30 day suspension. As a result of the smaller penalties, you may be ordered to install an ignition interlock device. It measures your BAC, and will not start if you are lawfully drunk. Still, you may serve in jail and pay fines. Anyone driving under OWI suspension will be sentenced to 60 days in jail.


Frequent offenders

Drivers guilty of repeated OWI offenses have to face severe punishment. If you have 2 offenses within 10 years that result in accident, you will be suspended for 10 years. Similarly, for 3 OWI offenses in the same period, you will lose driving privileges for 10 years. If you are caught, while driving in suspension, you will lose your license for life. Moreover, 2 OWI offenses involving death will result in loosing driving privileges for life. These offences also carry the possibility of jail and imposition of fines.


Insurance consequences

OWI offenders will require high-risk insurance for 3 years after conviction. Your insurance agent will have to file an SR-22 with the BMV. If this isn’t done or you cancel your insurance, again, your license will be suspended. High risk insurance carries greater premiums so your current company may cancel your policy after your OWI offence and you may have to find a new company.



After serving suspension, you may apply for reinstatement at any reinstatement branch. You’ll have to pay $150 to reinstate your license the first time. Second time, you must pay $225. If it happens 3 or more times, $300 must be paid.


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