When your driver’s license is suspended, revoked, or denied, you are banned from driving anywhere until you regain your driving privileges. Depending on the specifics of your case, a suspension could last anywhere from a few weeks up to a year or more, and it may be necessary to work with a lawyer in order to get back on the road. If, however, you are accused of driving while your license is suspended, you will face additional criminal penalties, and other possible consequences such as a lengthier suspension or revocation. Grabel & Associates not only helps clients in driver’s license restoration cases, but our experienced Southfield DL team fights for those who are facing suspended license charges as a result of alleged operation of a motor vehicle after a DUI or other motor vehicle conviction. Contact our team now for a free initial case analysis and begin working towards a beneficial case outcome.
Trial lawyer Scott Grabel and the rest of our suspended license defense team knows what you need to prove in order to avoid additional penalties after a Southfield driver’s license related charge. For over a decade, we have been protecting those accused of driving on a suspended license and other serious misdemeanor and felony charges. Contact our team now for a free case analysis and learn more about the laws and legal issues that are involved in your suspended driver’s license case, as well as what you need to do to protect yourself. Get in touch with us early on and never speak to police or probation officers before you are able to get in contact with your lawyer. Our team is available 24/7 to begin fighting with you or your loved one after allegations of driving on a suspended license in Southfield.
According to the Vehicle Code legislation on driving on a suspended license in Southfield, anyone who has had their operator’s or chauffer’s license suspended or revoked, and who has been lawfully notified of this suspension or revocation, or who has had their application for a license denied, or who has never applied for a driver’s license, cannot lawfully operate a motor vehicle in any place open to the public, including a parking lot. It is also illegal for anyone to knowingly allow their vehicle to be operated by someone who has had their license suspended or revoked, or who has never had a driver’s license in Southfield.
The penalties for driving on a suspended license are very serious, and no matter what the specifics of your case, it is essential that you contact an experienced trial attorney as soon as possible. Grabel & Associates is available 24/7 to begin working with clients who have been accused of driving on a suspended license. Don’t wait to contact our firm, take action now to defend against serious driver’s license allegations.
For a first offense, a person can be sentenced to up to 93 days behind bars for driving on a suspended license, along with a fine of up to $500 and a misdemeanor record. If you already have a conviction on record, you could face up to a year behind bars and a $1,000 fine. If the operation of a motor vehicle without a valid license leads to the death of another person, a fine up to $10,000 and a 15 year prison sentence can occur along with a felony record. Driving without a license leading to the serious impairment of a body function of another person can lead to up to 5 years behind bars and a $5,000 fine. Always work with a lawyer early on in your case to fight back against serious criminal penalties.
Grabel & Associates is dedicated to putting in the hard work necessary to guide you through your case and to a favorable case result. Our lawyers know what it takes to win after allegations of driving with a suspended license or driving without a license, and we are ready now to begin guiding you through the steps you need to take in your case.
Work with our team as soon as you can and begin your battle for justice. Call 1-800-342-7896 or contact our firm online for a free initial case analysis, and learn more about our proven results and what we can do to help you in your case.