Driving with a suspended or revoked license can heighten anxiety. Individuals are nervous about getting pulled over, wondering whether they’ll be taken to jail. Alternatively, if individuals have already had one or two or three, they might be scared about getting yet another, which could cause additional suspension or revocation time. It could also amount to a felony driving while revoked charge.
The Lowry Law Firm’s criminal defense attorneys not only will handle your driving while suspended or driving while revoked ticket, but also, they will help stop the bleeding. When you hire them, they will let you know what you need to do to get your license valid and drive legally. When you get valid, you can’t accumulate any more driving while suspended or revoked tickets, so the bleeding stops. Once the bleeding stops, the healing period begins, and the Firm’s criminal defense lawyers will fight for you and protect your driver’s license from being suspended or revoked again.
Driving while revoked and driving while suspended charges can be treated differently in each court. For example, individuals may be treated differently in St. Louis County than in Jefferson County. The Lowry Law Firm’s criminal defense attorneys have insight to how local prosecutors and judges handle these charges in various courts. If you received a ticket for or are charged with driving while revoked or driving while suspended, contact The Lowry Law Firm’s criminal defense lawyers immediately.
The Lowry Law Firm’s criminal defense attorneys handle driving while revoked and driving while suspended charges in the following counties and municipal courts: