Consequences For Driving On A Suspended License
There are a number of ways to get your driver’s license suspended in Michigan. There are also a great many reasons why keeping your driving privileges may be vital to your livelihood and essential for your lifestyle. It is very common for someone who otherwise obeys the law in most areas of life to justify in his or her mind taking the risk of driving on a suspended license.
Unfortunately, driving on a suspended license in Michigan or elsewhere can have the opposite effect that you intended. Instead of increasing your mobility, you may find it severely curtailed for a very long time if you are convicted for this offense. If you have been arrested for DUI or for driving on a suspended license in Michigan, contact David G. Moore, Attorney at Law. Our legal team can help you break a cycle of legal troubles by aggressively defending you and working to restore your driving privileges if the facts of your case allow this option. You may qualify for a hardship driver’s license.
Our Lawyers Can Help You
Was your driver’s license suspended for any of the following reasons? If so, you should consult with a defense attorney sooner rather than later.
- You fell behind in child support payments.
- You didn’t pay fines such as parking ticket fines.
- A court issued a judgment against you in connection with bad debt, and you did not pay it.
- You were arrested for drinking and driving.
- You were arrested for driving under the influence of drugs — even though you may have had a prescription from a doctor for the pills that you were taking.
Life problems have a way of piling up once a person arrives at the point of having a driver’s license suspended. A “need to drive” despite a driving license suspension can trigger a seemingly never-ending cycle of legal troubles and practical “emergencies.”
Our attorneys’ years of experience in criminal defense have given them the knowledge and skills that can help you prevent or address a problem such as a driver’s license revocation.
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If you have been charged with driving with a suspended or revoked driver’s license, your legal situation is critical. You need a knowledgeable attorney’s advice as soon as possible. Call our office at 269-216-4573 to arrange for a free, confidential, one-on-one consultation about fighting these charges and protecting your future, or contact us online for a quick response.