After a person is convicted of DUI, a drug crime, or certain other misdemeanor or felony offenses, his or her driving privileges may be restricted, suspended, or revoked. If a person has his or her license suspended and is accused of driving with a suspended license, criminal charges and serious penalties can result. It is critical that you work with an attorney if you or a loved one is accused of driving with a suspended license in Clinton Township, Michigan, or if you are seeking reinstatement of your suspended driver’s license after a criminal conviction. Grabel & Associates’ DL attorney is available now for clients statewide, and we are prepared to do whatever it takes to begin fighting with you after false accusations, violations of your rights, or other legal issues.
Under the direction of driver’s license lawyer Scott Grabel, our firm will do whatever we can to protect you and fight to regain or protect your freedom. With our team on your side, you can be sure that you are comprehensively protected by a premier attorney and staff of legal advisors and our lawyers will help you make the best possible decisions for your unique situation as you progress through your case.
For over a decade, founding attorney Scott Grabel has been building a reputation as one of the state’s top defense lawyers, and along with other members of our team, has achieved acclaim statewide from some of the top legal ratings and rankings resources. Our past clients will speak to the effectiveness of our lawyers, and we are committed to applying our proven aggressive approach to your case.
Contact Grabel & Associates now and begin your fight for justice. We are available 24/7 to start fighting for you in your driving on a suspended license case in Clinton.
According to the state vehicle code, which applies in Clinton, Macomb County, and throughout Michigan, a person who operates a vehicle while their operator or chauffer’s license is suspended or revoked can be found guilty of a misdemeanor.
In addition to penalties you are already facing for the initial conviction, you will face additional fines, possible jail time, and likely an increased suspension or revocation period. While defendants may have a valid defense if the vehicle was stolen, it is extremely tough to win suspended license cases in Clinton, and you will require the legal guidance and support that can only be possible if you work with a top-rated defense lawyer. With so much at stake and a second criminal conviction set to go on your record, it is critical that you fight back and seek the most favorable result possible.
Our attorneys know Clinton suspended license laws and have extensive experience working in DWLS cases statewide. Contact us now for a free consultation and begin working to achieve a great case outcome.
If you are convicted of driving while your license is suspended or revoked, you could face up to 93 days in jail and a fine of up to $500. If you have a prior DWLS conviction on record, you could face up to a year in prison and a fine of as much as $1,000. If driving on a suspended license causes serious injury to another person, you could be imprisoned for 5 years and face a mandatory fine of up to $5,000. If you’re driving on a suspended license causes the death of another person, up to 15 years in jail and a $10,000 fine is possible.
To learn more about Clinton, Michigan driving with a suspended license laws, contact our criminal defense team now.
Our lawyers are dedicated to doing whatever we can to help you improve your situation after a criminal accusation. We can help you fight back against driving on a suspended license charges, and even work with you to get you back on the road as soon as possible. Each case is unique, and our attorneys recognize that. We will work with you to develop an individualized defense strategy after thoroughly reviewing the unique aspects of your case.
To receive a free initial case analysis, contact 1-800-342-7896 or contact our firm online now. We are ready to begin providing top-level legal guidance no matter what stage of your case you are in, and can work with you throughout your case to help answer legal questions you may have and help you make educated decisions regarding the future actions you will take. Contact Scott Grabel or another member of our team by phone or online now. We are available 24/7 for clients statewide.