An SR16 was issued by the court ordering removal of a suspension on my driver record. The Bureau is having difficulty

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Customer: An SR16 was issued by the court ordering removal of a suspension on my driver record. The Bureau is having difficulty with it, even failing to recognize it at times. Let me ask;Is the SR16 used for this purpose? Does the court need to use another procedure? Thanks in advance!
JA: Have any charges been filed? If so, when is the next court date?
Customer: The charges were dismissed and the suspension deemed an error. The case was closed November 17 last year.
JA: In what state did this occur?
Customer: Indiana
JA: Anything else you want the Lawyer to know before I connect you?
Customer: I think not, thanks
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Hello! Thank you for contacting JustAnswer. My name is ***** ***** I look forward to providing information about the law today. By continuing, you acknowledge that I am not providing legal advice and can only comment on the law in general. Also, please be aware that I will always give information based on my interpretation of the law, which may be adverse to your position.

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Yes, the SR16 form in Indiana is used by courts to notify the BMV that a driver has been convicted of, failed to appear for, or failed to pay a citation for violating a motor vehicle law, or in the opposite way, to notify the BMV that any of the aforementioned orders have been rescinded or made void.

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