Driving on a Suspended LicenseSwango Law P.C
Virginia Beach Virginia Driving with a Suspended License Lawyer
Dealing with a driver’s license suspension is difficult. We are a mobile society. People need to drive to work, to the store, or to school. The inability to do so is very isolating and frustrating.
Often the temptation for driving with a suspended license becomes too much and people get behind the wheel of their car, thinking they won’t get caught.
Unfortunately, many of these drivers do get caught and end up facing serious consequences.
In the state of Virginia, the penalties for driving with a suspended license can include up to a year in jail, a fine of up to $2,500 and re-suspension.
At Swango Law P.C., in Virginia Beach, we represent individuals who have been charged with driving with a suspended license. In our experience, the majority of clients had no idea their driving privileges were suspended. Regardless of your knowledge or lack thereof, you need to ensure the protection of your rights and best interests.
Why Was Your License Suspended?
There are many reasons why a driver’s license may be suspended in Virginia. Our firm represents clients who had their licenses suspended as a result of:
Why Do I Need an Attorney?
Beyond potential fines and jail time, being convicted of driving with a suspended license can lead to the loss of your driving privileges. You need to fight these charges. We realize that it can be difficult to navigate the court system alone. However, having a knowledgeable attorney by your side can greatly increase your chances of securing a dismissal or a lesser charge.
At Swango Law, P.C., we aggressive protect the rights of our clients and strive to obtain results. We understand that money is tight for many of our clients. That is precisely why we offer a variety of payment plans to aid you in getting the legal representation you deserve.
Please do not hesitate to contact our office to arrange an initial consultation.