The proper county for seeking specialized driving privileges depends on whether the underlying driving suspension was court ordered or whether it was imposed administratively by the BMV. If your suspension was imposed by the BMV, you must file your petition for special driving privileges in your county of residence. If your suspension is from a court order, you must file in each court that ordered a suspension.
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