Walnut Creek Driving on a Suspended License Attorney
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Driving on a suspended license charge can cause significant problems. Apart from possibly doing jail time, you can also suffer adverse consequences to your driver’s license such as a further suspension or revocation. If you have suffered a prior license suspension check with the DMV before you begin driving again to make sure your license has been reinstated.
At Thomas Daly Law, A Professional Corporation, we know what the stakes are in these cases for our clients and what can be done to shield them from maximum penalties. Attorney Thomas Daly has handled hundreds of criminal cases and is ready to fiercely assert the rights and interests of the accused both in and outside the courtroom.
Want to learn more about what our firm can do about your driving on a suspended license charge? Call us at (925) 208-4801 today.
Penalties for Driving with a Suspended License
Like many other offenses, driving on a suspended license charges can become more severe if the accused has prior convictions. Generally, on a first conviction, there is either no mandatory minimum jail time or a minimum sanction of either five or ten days—it all depends on which code section you allegedly violated.
Regardless of the amount of time you are facing or the number or prior offenses you have committed an experienced attorney is important to make sure your rights are protected and all defenses are considered. Thomas Daly Law can help you with these charges by exploring viable defense options.
These defense options include:
- Arguing that the of the state failed to give notice of suspension
- Proving that the DA has no proof the accused was actually driving
- Petitioning for the application of alternative, lesser charges
Don't proceed with your case until you know your options. Call our Walnut Creek driving on a suspended license lawyer to request a consultation today.