A dedicated suspended or revoked license lawyer in Chicago.
Driving is a conduit to freedom, but if you face charges of driving while your license is suspended or revoked, that freedom can become less and less tangible.
Suspension is a fixed time away from driving that can occur for a number of reasons, including lack of paying child support, ignoring traffic fines or not having insurance. Revocation is an indefinite period of time that you are not allowed to exercise driving privileges. Generally, driving while your license is suspended or revoked is a Class A misdemeanor that carries a fine of up to $2,500 and jail time of up to one year. However, if your license privileges were suspended or revoked because of a DUI, you can be charged with a felony and penalties could include mandatory jail time and mandatory community service.
Kevin M. Rosner will examine every aspect of your case to make sure the charges were brought up fairly and to deliver to you a favorable outcome. Contact us now for a free consultation!