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Caught Driving With A Suspended Or Revoked License?

There are several reasons the State may suspend or revoke a driver's license, including:

  • Too many points accumulated on a driving record
  • Drunk driving convictions
  • Outstanding traffic tickets
  • Arrest warrants
  • Failure to pay child support

Even though driving with a suspended license is a misdemeanor offense, too many people fail to take the steps to get their license back. The fact is, it's a lot easier than most people realize — and as an attorney, I'm here to help.

Get The Experienced Defense Representation You Deserve

As an experienced defense attorney, I am able to look at all aspects of your case to:

    • Determine the reason(s) why your driving privilege was suspended, revoked or denied
    • Help you file the forms you need to get your license back and calculate the total amount to pay

      In my years of practice, I have been able to help clients by talking to the right people, developing the most efficient plan for license reinstatement and quickly getting their driver's licenses back. Even if you have an outstanding warrant, I can work with the proper authorities to help you arrive at an ideal outcome.

      When you work with me, I will:

      • Appear in court so you don't have to
      • Work to keep your driving record clean so your insurance rates are low
      • File any legal documents necessary to resolve your case

      Once clients get through the process and get their license reinstated, almost unanimously they agree the process was much less intimidating and difficult than they had envisioned. If you have a suspended or revoked license, I encourage you to reach out as soon as possible.

      To discuss any aspect of driving while revoked or driving while suspended anywhere in the St. Louis metro in a free initial consultation, call 314-400-2302 or email me online.

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