Driving Under Suspension, Warrant Block

Driving Under Suspension Warrant Blocks


Another way to earn an Ohio license suspension is to have a Warrant Block. You can find this suspension at Ohio Revised Code Section 4503.13. What is unique about this suspension is that it is not really a suspension, but a block. A municipal court can send a report to the Ohio BMV that an arrest warrant has been issued. Upon the bureau’s receipt of this information, the Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) will deny the person named in the arrest warrant the right to apply for a driver license or vehicle registration. Because of the nature of the warrant block, it lasts until it is remedied. To reinstate following a warrant block, the BMV must be notified by the court that all outstanding arrest warrants have been satisfied. Effective September 16, 2004, House Bill 230 requires a reinstatement fee to cover BMV administrative costs.


Is Driving Under Suspension with a Warrant Block a serious offense?

DrivingUnder Suspension in Ohio is sometimes a First Degree Misdemeanor that carries a maximum six (6) month jail sentence and a potential $1,000.00 fine. A serious offense requires a serious attorney. I have been fighting driving under suspension charges for over sixteen years. I will get you back on the road with a valid Ohio driver’s license. I will do everything possible to protect you from additional license suspensions, excessive fines and jail time. By fighting hard in the courtroom and negotiating intelligently outside of it, we work to avoid a conviction or mitigate the worst provisions of this charge. Contact me at (937) 879-9542. I practice in Dayton, Springfield, Xenia, Miamisburg, Beavercreek, Vandalia, Huber Heights, Fairborn and I appear in all courts throughout the Miami Valley.