Defense Against Charges of Driving With No License
When a person's driving privileges are taken away, life can get challenging. It can be very tempting to overcome the challenges by driving with a revoked or suspended license. While this may seem harmless, it is a crime, and the consequences can be severe. Driving on a suspended or revoked license that is based off of a DUI is often a mandatory jailable offense.
If you have been faced with suspension or revocation of your driver's license due to DUI charges or for multiple traffic convictions and you have been caught driving afterwards, the attorneys at the law offices of Michael T. Norris, Ltd. & John W. Callahan, Ltd. can help. We serve clients in DuPage County, Kane County, and the surrounding parts of Illinois.
Clients turn to us because Mike Norris and John Callahan have years of experience and are willing to dig deep, looking in every nook and cranny of a case in search of opportunities that could help you get through this unscathed.
When you drive with a revoked or suspended license, you are running a risk. A law enforcement officer only needs a matter of seconds to run your plates and pull you over. Maybe you were just trying to get to work or pick up your child at school., but the police have little sympathy. If you were also speeding or breaking other laws, it just makes it that much easier for them.
Don’t Be Afraid to Fight
That doesn't mean you can't fight. You can, and our lawyers can help. The consequences for driving with a suspended license or a revoked license can be serious. If they come in tandem with drunk driving charges, they can be even more serious. Of course, you will be faced with extension of your suspension or revocation. In addition, you may be looking at mandatory jail time. Our job is to pursue every opportunity to prevent these consequences. Take heart, because, with an aggressive defense, there is hope.
To speak within minutes with an experienced lawyer about charges of driving with a suspended or revoked license, call us at 1-877-335-6693. You can also e-mail us.