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Ohio Revised Code Section 4510.17Cause
If a child placed under this suspension has not reached the age of 16, the period of denial will be 6 months from his/her 16th birthday.
May request an administrative hearing by writing the BMV within 21 days of the date of the suspension notice. The hearing request does not delay or put the suspension in abeyance. The scope of the hearing is to determine if there was an actual plea of guilty or if subject was found guilty of the offense.
Additionally, a reinstatement fee will be required if the suspension notice was mailed on or after 10/01/97.
Subject wins in Hearing Process.
Out-of-State Drug Related Offenses
Pursuant to H.B. 163, effective September 23, 2004, any person whose license or permit has been suspended under section 4510.17 of the Ohio revised Code may file a petition for limited driving privileges in the municipal or county court, or in case the person is under eighteen years of age, the juvenile court, in whose jurisdiction the person resides, if the suspension would seriously affect the person's ability to continue employment.
May apply for limited driving privileges through the municipal or county court, or in case the person is under eighteen years of age, the juvenile court, in whose jurisdiction the person resides.