Suspended License Attorneys
If you are caught driving while your driver’s license is suspended, cancelled or revoked, the consequences can be severe and grave. In addition to being a traffic violation, it is a criminal offense that will show up on both your motor vehicle report and your criminal history. A conviction for driving with a suspended license may adversely affect your ability to get a job. Further, this violation carries other serious consequences such as continued suspension, jail time, thousands of dollars in files and more points on your driver’s license. If you are charged with driving while your driver’s license is suspended, you need an attorney experienced in this area of law to represent you. Our suspended license attorneys have the skill to defend your rights and protect your driving privileges.
Your driver’s license can be suspended for a number of reasons which include: failure to appear in court for a traffic ticket, failure to pay the fine for a traffic ticket, or failure to pay child support. When your license is suspended, you are notified in the mail. If you are no longer living at that address and have not updated the address on your driver’s license, you will not receive that notification. Unfortunately, pleading ignorance will not save you from the State’s prosecutors.
As a Georgia Trial Attorneys suspended license client, you will receive professional, compassionate and aggressive representation backed by the support of an expert legal team who will take the time to understand, prepare and handle every case as if we were the client. We pride ourselves on our responsiveness to our clients, ensuring each client is treated as an individual and not just another file number. We welcome anyone to simply call us at 678-667-8965 for a free confidential consultation and answers to questions you may have if you’ve received a citation for driving with a suspended license.