Arrested For Driving With A Suspended License In Pennsylvania? Legal Help Is Available.
Whether your license has been suspended due to an alcohol-related offense or the state’s traffic point system, driving with a suspended license can result in punishments more severe than what you bargained for. If you’ve been arrested for driving after a license suspension, now is the time to secure the defense you need by contacting Thompson Law.
Firm founder William D. Thompson is determined to aggressively protect your rights in and out of the courtroom. Don’t assume that these types of cases don’t need an attorney – when your rights and liberties are hanging in the balance, you want a solid defense that will work to safeguard your future.
Penalties For Driving With A Suspended License
Although driving with a suspended license may seem like a nonthreatening crime, the penalties can include possible jail time and fines. In some cases, the courts may even add more time to your license suspension, depending on the nature of the offense.
If convicted, you could be facing the following penalties:
- If your license was suspended because of a DUI:
- $500 fine
- Imprisonment for up to 90 days
- If you are under the influence during a driving-after-suspension arrest:
- $1,000 fine
- At least 90 days imprisonment
To keep things from getting worse, contact attorney Thompson to see how he can help.
A Law Firm Invested In Your Freedom
Thompson Law is fully committed to securing a favorable outcome in your case. When you come to the firm, you can trust that your case is in the hands of a trusted legal professional who maintains an “Excellent” rating on Avvo, and was awarded for client satisfaction for two consecutive years from the American Institute of Criminal Law Attorneys. Mr. Thompson will provide the defense you are looking for, and that starts by getting to know your story, your goals and your concerns.
To discuss your legal options during an initial consultation, contact the firm online or call 570-846-2819.