Driving With A Suspended License

Putnam and Dutchess County Traffic and Criminal Attorney

Handles Traffic Violations and Misdemeanors

If you are arrested for driving with a revoked or suspended license, you may be charged with a violation, misdemeanor or felony. A conviction could result in a criminal record, jail time, a fine, New York State driver's assessment fees, increased insurance rates, and the loss of your driving privileges.

In order to resolve these charges, the underlying problems need to be identified. The office procedure is to run a motorist's driving abstract and make the necessary phone calls to the Department of Motor Vehicles, Traffic Violations Bureau, and local courts to determine the extent of the problems. Once the issues are identified, a plan is formulated to resolve the issues as quickly as possible.

For the past 25 years, Karen Friedman has represented drivers from all over the world with suspended or revoked driving privileges in New York State. In many instances, drivers fail to answer summonses, forget to appear in court or pay a fine, and a warrant may be issued. In other instances, there may be a failure to report an accident, or a revocation based on an alcohol-related offense.

If you are charged with aggravated unlicensed operation, contact Karen Friedman for a free consultation by email or at 212-213-2145.

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