In today's world, we all know that driving has become a necessity in our everyday lives. The law defines a the ability to drive in a different way. Under the law, driving is a privilege that can be taken away through license suspension or revocation. The term of license suspension can be temporary or even permanently, based on driving history, if the person has been labeled as a habitual offender by the court, or if the suspension or revocation is due to specific criminal actions.
Most people do not work within walking distance of work, and may find it difficult to get to work every day using the public bus system. So having a suspended license can sometimes lead to a person loosing his or her job.
It is important to note that Driving While under License Suspension or Revocation is a Criminal Offense, and may include a period of incarceration if found guilty.
If you have been charged with Driving While Under License Suspension, you need an attorney on your side who is knowledgeable of the law, experienced at trial, and able to negotiate for you from a position of strength. Call our law office 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at 863.709.0808, or by using our online case evaluation form.
We stand ready to aggressively represent you, and answer all of your questions. An aggressive defense of your Driving While Under License Suspension case in the early stages could lead to the traffic violation against you being dismissed or reduced.