You Need To Hire A Traffic Ticket Attorney
Like most people, you probably rely on your car to get to work, run errands, and perform other routine but important tasks. Getting a driving under suspended ticket could have a dire impact on your daily life, and may make driving with a suspended license tempting. Laws related to license suspension vary by state, but generally, if you violate a license suspension, you will face much harsher penalties.
A conviction can hinder your ability to stay working or in school, can cause insurance problems, and can affect other areas of your life. While the law provides specific penalties for the crime, your actual sentence may be shaped by your circumstances and the view of local judges and prosecutors toward the crime. Only a traffic ticket lawyer who is familiar with these charges in your area can provide you with this information. At The Shelton Firm, we know that if you are caught driving under suspended and you lose your license, you stand to lose your livelihood and we will fight to keep you on the road. That’s why you need to hire a traffic ticket attorney to represent you when your license is suspended.
The Shelton Firm is there for you every step of the way when fighting a driving under suspended citation. We will work hard to get you the best possible result in traffic court. We currently represent clients in Adams, Berks, Chester, Cumberland, Dauphin, Franklin, Lancaster, Lebanon, and York Counties.
Is My License Suspended?
Are you unsure if your license is suspended or not? You’ll have to check the PA.Gov site instead of the DMV site. There is a difference between driving with a revoked license and driving under suspended license. Driving with a revoked license is a slightly different circumstance. If you are driving without a license in Pennsylvania because yours was revoked, there are a few different things that could happen, depending on which offense this is. If it’s your first offense, you will probably be subjected to a $500 fine.
How Can I Have My License Suspended?
- Driving under the influence (DUI) of drugs or alcohol
- Hit and run
- Refusing to submit to a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) test
- Accumulating too many driving record points
- Violating insurance laws
- Reckless driving