Special driving privileges allow suspended Indiana drivers to legally travel to work, drive to the doctor, and other locations approved by a court.
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Many people believe that they have not refused a breath test in their OWI cases because they took a portable breath test at scene of the traffic stop. However, the portable breath tests results are only admissible to establish probable cause for an arrest. Portable breath test results are not admissible at trial because these tests have not been approved by the Indiana Department of Toxicology as being scientifically reliable. Therefore, even if you take the portable field test, you still are required to take the certified breath test at the police station or jail if requested by the police...
It's a common question, and it may have bearing on you if your car is impounded. How does it work and is any evidence found permissible in court?
In Indiana, you are operating a vehicle parked on the traveled portion of a road even if you are asleep.
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