Annapolis and Baltimore Revoked Driver's License Lawyer
Charges of driving with a suspended or revoked driver's license usually result from a traffic stop. A routine check of your driver's license will reveal the suspension or revocation. In some cases, people are not even aware that their driver's license has been suspended. Simply forgetting to renew your driver's license or failing to pay a Maryland traffic ticket can result in a suspension.
Most people don't realize that a Driving on revoked or Suspended License carries with it a potential 60 day or 1 year jail sentence and a fine. Multiple offenses can easily result in a conviction and jail if the case is not handled properly. Just as important is the fact that having a traffic/criminal conviction on your record can severely limit employment possibilities.
In some cases, people are not even aware that their driver's license has been suspended. Simply forgetting to renew your driver's license or failing to pay traffic tickets can result in a suspension.
My name is Jim Crawford and I am a Baltimore, Maryland license suspension lawyer. For the past 18 years, I have defended people in Baltimore, Catonsville, Annapolis, Bel Air and throughout Maryland who have been charged with driving with a suspended or revoked license. I offer a free initial consultation to discuss your case.
Protecting Your Maryland Driving Privileges
In today's society, it's difficult to get by without driving. As a result, many people who lose their driver's license due to a Maryland DUI arrest or multiple traffic tickets choose to drive anyway. In Maryland, that can lead to criminal charges and an even longer suspension.
Driving with a suspended or revoked license is a misdemeanor, which is far more serious than a traffic ticket. If you are convicted, you will have a permanent criminal record, which could potentially affect your employment.
As your Baltimore, MD license suspension lawyer, my goal is to prevent a mistake from resulting in a criminal record that will follow you around for the rest of your life. The first step in resolving these charges is to deal with the issue that led to your driver's license suspension or revocation in the first place.
To protect your driving privileges, contact me, Baltimore revoked driver's license attorney Jim Crawford, before you talk to police or anyone else. I am available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. To contact me, call 443-701-4525 or 866-635-0623. I offer a free initial consultation.