Failure to answer a traffic ticket will result in your license being suspended. Besides not being legally able to drive, you can be facing a criminal charge of driving with a suspended license which is a misdemeanor. You will have to pay additional fees to lift the suspension before you may legally drive.
In some cases, driving with a suspended license can result in jail time. Individuals convicted of a DWI and caught driving with a suspended or revoked license are required to serve mandatory jail time. Aggravated Unlicensed Operation is a misdemeanor. If you are accused of driving with a suspended license, you should call us as soon as possible.
The Consequences Can Be Severe
At the law offices of Rudman & Rudman, we are experienced in traffic violation defense. We represent individuals throughout Nassau County and Suffolk County on violations, misdemeanors, and felonies.
If you are convicted of Driving With a Suspended License as a misdemeanor, you will have a criminal record for the rest of your life. Call our law firm to avoid this dire consequence.
Our goal is to find the best resolution for our clients. We seek to get the charges dismissed or reduced. We always want to make sure you have a license to drive.
If you were driving with a suspended license, you must clear the underlying basis for the suspension and have the scoff lifted in court and you may need to answer other underlying tickets before you will be able to legally drive. If you retain our law firm, we will guide you through this process of clearing your license of suspensions. Don’t take this charge lightly–you can lose your driving privileges. You can also be required to pay significant fines, face possible jail time and see an increase in your insurance premiums.
Call us today at (516) 450-5095 or contact us online. We will help you.