Driving on Suspended License

Driving with a suspended license or a revoked license is an offense that can be punished with jail time. If you were caught driving with a suspended license, you can take an important step toward protecting your rights. Contact the Tom O’Connell today to schedule a free consultation and learn your options.

He has the experience and dedication that is necessary to secure favorable outcomes for clients from all walks of life. Our firm represents illegal immigrants. We recognize the added stress that can accompany a criminal charge when you are an illegal immigrant. We take your concerns seriously and want to get the best result for you.

Suspended license? We can help
If your drivers license is suspended, it is being withheld temporarily. If your drivers license is revoked, you will need to reapply for a new drivers license after a certain time frame. You may have had your drivers license suspended or revoked because of DUI/DWI. You may have refused to submit to a breathalyzer test or other field sobriety test and have had your drivers license automatically suspended for 180 days. Your license can be suspended 364 days if you refused the breath test.  You may have been convicted of a hit and run or leaving the scene of an accident. Whatever your situation and whatever your standing as an illegal immigrant or a U.S. citizen, you can rest assured Tom O’Connell will give your case the attention it deserves.

Contact us to schedule a free consultation.