Driving With A Suspended Or Revoked License Or Registration
Suspension of a driver’s license can be one of the many consequences of a drunk driving conviction, breath test refusal, unpaid traffic tickets or warrants for arrest. Losing the privilege to drive impacts your ability to drive to and from work, run errands or transport your children to and from school activities.
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Revocation is a bad situation that becomes worse if you continue to drive. You will face additional criminal charges of driving with a suspended license, possibly at the felony level. Penalties include jail sentences, fines and lengthier revocation of your driver’s license.
At Lerner & Lerner, P.C., we understand that good people make bad decisions. We are aware of the frustration of not being able to drive and relying on others for transportation. However, we also know the consequences involved in this serious criminal matter.
We take cases involving driving with a suspended license seriously. In addition to dealing with the specific criminal charge, we also attend to issues involving tickets and warrants that led to the suspension.
We do not judge. We are candid and honest, telling you what you need to hear. Our job is to help you make an informed decision toward finding the best possible resolution.
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