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Facing Criminal Prosecution For Driving With A Suspended Or Revoked License? We Can Help.

Knowingly driving with a revoked or suspended license within the state of California is a criminal offense, and those caught doing so can expect to be prosecuted. Claiming ignorance in such a case rarely helps. If the DMV provides evidence of mailing a notification that a license has been suspended or revoked, you are considered legally responsible.

Driving in California with a revoked or suspended license is not taken lightly and can lead to serious consequences. Depending on the circumstances, you could be labeled a “habitual driving offender,” which could eventually result in the revocation of your California driving privileges.

Those found driving with a suspended or revoked license while on probation face a case of “Probation Violation” and possible imprisonment.

Other legal repercussions of driving with a suspended or revoked license may include:

  • Jail time
  • Significant fines
  • Black spot on driving and criminal records
  • Revocation of California driving privileges

Fortunately, the Torrance criminal defense attorneys at The Law Offices of Robert Ernenwein, PC., have the knowledge and experience to help build a successful defense. Representing clients all over Southern California, we have extensive experience in defending people against criminal charges for driving with a suspended or revoked license.

Have you or someone you know been caught driving with suspended license? Contact The Law Offices of Robert Ernenwein, PC., Los Angeles and Orange County criminal defense lawyers today at 424-552-3901 for a free case review.