DRIVING WHILE SUSPENDED & HABITUAL TRAFFIC VIOLATORS
After pleading guilty to certain types of crimes, individuals can lose their ability to operate a motor vehicle. Losing the ability to drive can be one of the most devastating setbacks as it may take away your ability to get to work, school, and provide for your family.
Representing clients that are charged with driving while suspended or those that are charged as habitual traffic violators requires a solid understanding of the judicial and the administrative process so that clients fully understand their options. Our firm’s experience in representing our clients in both criminal and civil matters in this area gives us the knowledge and experience to give you proper guidance.
Just as in all criminal cases, time is of the essence. Contact our office for consultation so we can review your case and provide you with the legal counsel to avoid lengthy license suspensions and criminal convictions as a result of driving.