Driving With A Suspended/Revoked License
Aggressive Defense for Driver’s License Suspension
Driving with a suspended or revoked license may seem like a minor offense, but the consequences include losing your license for an extended period of time. A simple matter of failing to renew your license can result in lengthy license suspension periods in which you cannot drive to work or school. To protect your license and driving privileges, contact a defense lawyer at The Jones Law Firm, P.A.
Located in Greenville, North Carolina, we represent clients throughout North Carolina charged with driving with a suspended or revoked license. Our firm handles your case with care, so you can be on the road again. Contact us to discuss your case in a free consultation.
Defending Against Driver’s License Suspensions
While serious charges like drinking and driving can lead to driver’s license suspension, most people have their license suspended for minor offenses, including:
- Failing to renew your license or registration
- Accumulating too many points on your driver’s license
- Failing to appear in court after a speeding ticket
- Failing to have your vehicle inspected
Effective representation requires reviewing the situation and determining the best course of action for the charge. If you lost your license after multiple DWI offenses, an aggressive defense plan is necessary. However, it may be a simple matter of negotiation and renewing your license. At The Jones Law Firm, P.A., we look for the best option for you. Our main goal is to reinstate your license and/or shorten the driver’s license suspension period.
We represent people caught driving with a suspended license, including students of East Carolina University and Pitt Community College.
Protect Your Driving Privileges
When charged with driving with a suspended license, you need an experienced attorney to help protect your driving privileges. Contact us at The Jones Law Firm, P.A. for a free initial consultation. Our firm accepts all major credit cards. We defend clients throughout North Carolina, including those in Greenville, Washington, Wilson, Rocky Mount and Greene County.