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IPDC SPECIALIZED DRIVING PRIVLEGES SEMINAR

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Bloomington, IN 47404

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This 3-hour seminar will cover topics related to Specialized Driving Privileges and other traffic-related legal matters.

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1. SPD for criminal pre- and post-conviction: eligibility, proposed orders. SDP criminal v. civil v. combined, jurisdiction, proposed orders. SDP violations. SDP options for OVWI and operating while impaired due to a controlled substance. SDP request at initial hearing. Other related issues. Forms.

2. Ignition interlock: refusals, credit time, advantages and disadvantages.

3. School bus passing—new laws

4. Points table and BMV suspensions

5. Reinstatement fee waiver—eligibility, forms

6. Driving while suspended v. operating without ever having received a license v. operating without a license in the person’s possession

7. Operating without proof of insurance: SR50, SR22, reinstatement fees. Operating someone’s else’s vehicle. Owner’s policy v. Operator’s policy. Suspension for unpaid judgment: period of suspension, options for relief

8. 2020 Amnesty laws

9. Driving records-how to read them, why it is important. FTA v. FTP.

10. Rescission of lifetime suspension and the SDP option. Former IN residents

11. Undoing HTV suspensions—case studies

12. Fictitious prior credential—how to address it, facial recognition process, BMV forms

13. HTV qualifying offenses

14. Criminal, infractions and ordinance violations combined. Legality of ordinance.

15. OVWI license suspension periods and infraction for under 21 with BAC less then .08.

16. Out of state residents who are charged in IN—license suspension issues.

Scott DeVries

Scott is an Indianapolis attorney and owner/partner of DeVries + Kelly Law Office. Before beginning his career in law, Scott was an officer in the United States Marine Corps, then worked in the private sector as a regional sales director for two major office furniture companies. Scott attended the Indiana University School of Law at Indianapolis where he graduated with summa cum laude honors in 1995. Upon graduation, Scott DeVries gained admission to the North Carolina and Indiana Bars. After serving as a judicial clerk for the Indiana Court of Appeals, he spent seven years as a Marion County Deputy Prosecuting Attorney. In 2003, Scott was selected to be a Master Commissioner in the criminal courts. In 2007, Scott assumed the position of General Counsel of the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles. During his years with the BMV, Scott analyzed every aspect of the Bureau’s business operations and legal requirements. He rewrote almost the entire Administrative Code for the BMV, resulting in the repeal of numerous regulations and the adjustment of hundreds of other regulations. He redesigned the structure of the administrative hearings department to increase its efficiency and effectiveness, resulting in the elimination of thousands of backlogged pending cases. Additionally, he spearheaded a project to change the procedures for the electronic transmission of BMV records to customers in compliance with federal and state requirements. Scott DeVries is a frequent lecturer on motor vehicle law, and works with various working groups to prepare proposed changes to Indiana's motor vehicle laws for the Indiana General Assembly.

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Bloomington, IN 47404

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