Brevard County Driving with a Suspended or No License Defense Attorney
What Are the Reasons for Having Your Licenses Suspended or Revoked in Florida?
Gambling that you can drive and not get caught can result in incarceration, fines, and a lengthy suspension or revocation of driving privileges and other serious consequences.
There are a number of possible causes of suspension and revocation such as:
- Failure to appear on court dates
- Drug crime conviction
- Theft conviction
- DUI conviction
- DUI while underage
- Multiple violations or failure to pay fines
- HTO (Habitual Traffic Offender status)
- Failure to pay child support
Kernan & Austin, LLC License Legal Counsel
The demands of modern life can be stressful, but how much more difficult is it when you cannot drive because you don't have a license? Travelling to and from work, running errands, and delivering children can quickly become unmanageable. There are significant dangers involved in driving around without a valid license. The consequences of receiving a citation for DWLS (Driving While License Suspended) or DWLSR (Driving While License Suspended or Revoked) may affect your ability to drive in the future as well as your freedom.
An experienced criminal defense lawyer with our office has spent years helping tourists and residents with license suspension and revocation difficulties. These situations can often be more easily handled before you have been charged with driving on a suspended or no license. If you have already been cited our skilled legal team is ready to advise and assist you. Before you decide to simply pay a DWLS or DWLSR take the time to call Kernan & Austin, LLC and discuss your options with a skilled criminal defense lawyer.
Contact a Brevard County Criminal Defense Attorney at our firm who is dedicated to protecting driving privileges.