Driving on a Suspended/Revoked License

There are many reasons that might cause a driver's license to be suspended or revoked. The unfortunate truth is that life does not stop with the loss of driving privileges. It is crucial, however, that you comply with the suspension. Failure to do so could result in even more devastating consequences.

If you or a loved one has been charged with driving on a suspended or revoked license, contact Ronald E. Smith, P.C. We have provided strong defense and effective representation to Virginia clients for more than 30 years. We realize the serious implications of driving on a suspended license, and we will aggressively fight to ensure our clients' rights and best interests are protected.

Fairfax Criminal Defense Lawyer

If you are subject to a traffic stop and are found to be driving with a revoked or suspended license, you face serious consequences. We will attempt to address the underlying suspension and correct it as well as optimizing the positive point values on your DMV transcript.

There are a multitude of reasons which could result in a license suspension or revocation, including:

  • Failure to pay a traffic fine
  • Too many points assessed on your driving record
  • DUI
  • Reckless driving
  • Possession of drugs, including marijuana

There are intricate statutory conditions governing the suspension/revocation statute that we will examine and test against the facts of any individual case in order to protect our clients' interests. We recognize that the loss of license as a result of a conviction can have devastating consequences to a person's ability to earn a living. Trust our attorneys to fight on your behalf through all stages of litigation.

Contact Us

If you have questions regarding driving on a suspended or revoked license, we are prepared to stand up for your rights. Contact Ronald E. Smith, P.C., by calling 703-539-5825 or by completing our online contact form. For your convenience, we offer free initial telephone consultations.

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