If you are accused of driving with a suspended license, this is not a minor legal issue. The penalties include a fines and jail time, particularly if you have any prior conviction for the same offense on your record. If the charge is related to an accident, jail time will be imposed. This dangerous legal situation must be managed by a legal professional that knows the system and has the ability to work within it and get results.
You could have had your license suspended for various reasons. If you have been convicted of DUI or DWI, there is an automatic license suspension. If you were stopped and then refused the chemical test, either breath or blood, your license will be automatically suspended. You could have your license suspended if you failed to appear in court, have unpaid parking tickets (or other fines), or collected 12 or more points on your driver's license.
If you are facing a driving while license suspended ticket, there is the potential of extremely serious penalties.
In cases of an accident in which another party was injured, to any degree, you could face:
I know the inner workings of the justice system, and have gained a great deal of experience in navigating the process and getting positive outcomes for my clients, including resolving accusations of driving on a suspended license and allowing my client to move ahead without further consequences.
As a leading East Brunswick criminal lawyer, I take an aggressive approach, and am known as a formidable opponent, having formerly worked in a prestigious law firm where I represented many Fortune 500 companies. I have now established a private practice, and you have the opportunity to take advantage of my knowledge of the legal system and my ability to defend your charges. What will happen in your case? Call my firm so we can discuss your options.
Contact my firm at (866) 760-6430 if you have been accused of this offense. As an East Brunswick traffic violation lawyer, I am ready to help.