Driving with Suspended License

Driving with Suspended License in GA

Roswell Attorney for License Reinstatement

When one’s license is revoked or suspended, driving is supposed to cease until the license is reinstated. Once driving privileges are restored, you will once again have the legal right to operate a vehicle. If one continues to drive with a suspended license he or she may be arrested and will face serious consequences and penalties. Driving with a suspended license is a serious offense and requires the assistance of a skilled defense lawyer from The Sherman Law Group.

We understand how confusing and overwhelming these charges can be and in some cases clients were not even aware that their license had been suspended until it was too late. Serious penalties including mandatory jail time and expensive fines are likely to be imposed by the court. It is considered a criminal offense and your criminal record will reflect your conviction. The prosecution will attempt to convict you, as is their duty, and having a skilled defense attorney is an urgent matter. Speak with a Roswell DUI attorney from The Sherman Law Group today if you have been charged driving with a suspended license in Roswell, Alpharetta, Sandy Springs, Johns Creek, Dunwoody, Marietta, Forsyth County, or Cherokee County.

Understanding the Consequences of Driving with a Suspended License

Driving with a suspended license in Georgia can have serious legal consequences. It is important to understand the potential penalties and risks associated with this offense.

Penalties for driving with a suspended license may include:

  • Additional suspension time
  • Fines
  • Probation
  • Community service
  • Increased insurance rates
  • Possible jail time

At The Sherman Law Group, our experienced Roswell attorneys have experience with license reinstatement cases. We understand the complexities of the legal system and can guide you through the process of getting your license reinstated.

Our team is dedicated to providing personalized and effective legal representation. We will work diligently to build a strong defense strategy tailored to your specific situation. With our help, you can navigate the legal process with confidence and increase your chances of a successful outcome.

Don't let a suspended license hold you back. 

Charged With Driving on a Suspended License?

In some cases there is a question as to the actual status of the license. If the driving privileges had recently been restored, there is a chance that an error in the system caused it to appear that the individual still had a suspended license. In addition, the motorist may have never been properly notified of the suspension. In such a case, an attorney may be able to get your charges dropped. Not having driving privileges can be extremely difficult and being arrested for driving on a suspended license can be lead to serious penalties and personal repercussions. When you need experience on your side, call our firm. We have successfully represented many individuals in cases of driving on a suspended license.

Contact a Roswell DUI attorney if you have been charged with driving on a suspended license so that you can be assisted. 

Commonly Asked Questions

How can I find out if my license is suspended?

To find out if your license is suspended, you can contact your local Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) or check your driving record online. It is important to regularly check the status of your license to avoid any legal issues.

Can I drive with a suspended license if I didn't receive a notification?

No, driving with a suspended license is illegal regardless of whether you received a notification or not. It is your responsibility to stay informed about the status of your license and take the necessary steps to reinstate it.

What should I do if my driving privileges were recently restored but I am still being charged with driving on a suspended license?

If you believe there has been an error in the system or you were not properly notified of the suspension, it is important to consult with an attorney. They can investigate the situation, gather evidence, and potentially get your charges dropped.

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