First contact the BMV @ (614) 752-7500 to find out the type of suspension on your license and any reinstatement requirements and fees due at the BMV.
For a non-compliance suspension, a hearing will be scheduled on a Monday at 1:30pm in courtroom 10A before a Magistrate. If you file your petition on Thursday by 4:00pm, you can go to court at 1:30pm the following Monday.
For a 12-point suspension, a hearing will be scheduled on a Friday at 1:30pm in courtroom 10A before a Magistrate, in 4 weeks from the date of filing your petition. If you file your petition before your suspension begins, you are permitted to drive pending your court date. If you file your petition after your suspension begins, you are not permitted to drive pending your court date.
No, driving privileges are not granted on a judgment suspension. You will need to contact the BMV for information about the judgment or contact the Court where the judgment was granted. If the judgment was granted at the Franklin County Municipal Court, call information at (614) 645-7220. Information can proved you with the Plaintiff or the Attorney for the Plaintiff's name and/or phone number.
Yes, along with your Petition for limited driving privileges you can also petition the court for installment payment plan for the reinstatement fees due.
No, Petitions may be filed in this court only by residents of Franklin County and out of state residents.
You must be prepared to show proof at the time of filing that your driving privileges have not been suspended previously two or more times for a non-compliance suspension within five years of the violation. The BMV can provide you with the information needed. Contact the BMV @ (614) 752-7500.
A petition to request limited driving privileges packet is available upon requestt. It costs $123.00 to file the petition. Hearings are held Mondays at 1:30 pm in Courtroom 10A. You need to pay for the petition before 4:00 pm on Thursday for the Monday hearings.