Driving On A Suspended License

Driving On A Suspended License, Edwardsville Attorneys

When your driver's license has been suspended or revoked, it can be difficult to go about your daily activities. You may have problems finding a reliable way to get to work, and it may be hard to transport your children to activities and run household errands. It is not a surprise that many people are arrested for driving on a suspended or revoked license.

Contact Madison County Traffic Law Attorneys, LLC, to discuss your driving on a suspended license case in a free, no-obligation consultation with a knowledgeable Edwardsville attorney. We represent clients in the Metro East and throughout the Illinois River Bend.

The Penalties Are Severe

In Illinois, this is a serious criminal offense. The following penalties apply if you are convicted of driving after your license has been suspended or revoked due to a DUI:

  • First conviction: Mandatory 10-day jail sentence or 240 hours of community service
  • Second and third convictions: Charged as a felony. Mandatory 30-day jail sentence or 300 hours of community service
  • Fourth conviction: Charged as a felony. Mandatory six-month jail sentence

If you are convicted of driving after your license has been suspended or revoked for any reasonother than a DUI, then the duration of your original suspension period will be doubled.

We Work To Minimize Consequences And Help You Get Your License Back

Backed by decades of experience and success, the lawyers of Madison County Traffic Law Attorneys, LLC, are intimately familiar with the legal system as it applies to driver's license suspension cases. We are here to advise you of your rights and help you understand your options. Our goal is to do everything we can to minimize any consequences you may face. We can also help you take the necessary steps to get your license reinstated.

Contact Our Madison County Drivers License Defense Attorneys

Contact Madison County Traffic Law Attorneys, LLC, at 618-307-0323 to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation with one of our attorneys.