Driving With A Suspended Or Revoked License
Drennan Law Firm Can Defend Your Case
If you are convicted of driving with a suspended or revoked license, you will be penalized quite severely, especially if your initial suspension or revocation was the result of a DUI conviction.
Additionally, you could be convicted as a habitual offender, which would add penalties on top of the penalties listed below, including permanent revocation of your driver’s license, a felony conviction and up to five years in prison.
|Number Of Offenses||Penalty||Penalty If DUI Suspension|
|1||Fine + up to 30 days incarceration||Fine + 10 to 30 days incarceration|
|2||Fine + up to 60 days incarceration||Fine + 60 to 180 days incarceration|
|3||Fine + 90 to 180 days incarceration||Fine + 6 months to 3 years incarceration|
Defense and Resolution of Your Case
The consequences that you face can be reduced with the right defense strategy. At Drennan Law Firm, we help people throughout the Charleston area protect their driving privileges and minimize jail sentences.
South Carolina courts look favorably on offenders who are committed to positive change. You could have been driving on a suspended or a revoked license for several reasons. Perhaps there was a family or financial emergency. Maybe you had no other way of getting to work on time. Enrolling in a driver safety education class on the advice of your lawyer could greatly help your case.
Even if you were pulled over in connection with another traffic violation charge, your case can still be defended, and you still have legal options.
Were you also arrested on DUI or drug-related charges while driving with a suspended license? We’ll investigate whether the police officer had probable cause to pull you over and search your vehicle. Did the officer follow all law enforcement procedures properly? When police officers are aggravated, they often make mistakes.
Speak With Us Before Saying Anything to Police
Please call us at 843-352-4149 or email us to schedule a free initial consultation with a lawyer. Call us now for immediate legal assistance. If a loved one was arrested for driving on a suspended or revoked license, we can help you get answers.