A suspended license can bring your life to a screeching halt. You use your vehicle to get to work, school, events, and the like. If you have a suspended license, it’s vitally important to get the suspension lifted so you can continue your daily activities. Discover the answers to frequently asked questions about a suspended license:
What offenses will automatically result in a suspended license?
To avoid having a suspended license, make sure you drive according to the law. Offenses that will result in a suspended license include:
- A felony caused by a vehicle
- Eluding an officer using a vehicle
- Leaving the scene of an accident after hitting a pedestrian or vehicle
- Unintentional or intentional homicide
How can I have my license reinstated?
If you’re charged with an offense and your license is suspended, you must meet certain requirements that have been appointed by the court. After you have fulfilled all requirements, you can apply for your license to be reinstated and the suspension lifted.
How can I travel without a license?
We highly suggest you do not drive with a suspended license, as that will only result in further legal consequences. If possible, ask friends or family members for a ride, take the bus or train, ride a non-motorized bike, or walk to work or school. Obeying the suspended license rules is important to reduce consequence time.
How can the Bushway & Waystack attorneys help?
Did you know that driving with a suspended license falls under criminal law? That’s why you need an experienced criminal law attorney to fight for you in court. Gregory Bushway was a previous prosecutor, so he knows how the opposition thinks. He will work hard to have your license reinstated quickly and eliminate your consequences, if possible.