Suspended drivers license can be a result of an accumulation of multiple traffic tickets or moving violations, or a conviction of crimes such as a DUI/DWI or reckless driving. As you may know, a suspended drivers license is a major inconvenience as driving is a major part of our daily lives. With that being said, it is not uncommon for individuals with a suspended drivers license to drive; something that is highly illegal and could result in additional fines or even jail time.
It is important to take action quickly to get back to your normal daily life if you have a suspended drivers license. The first and best thing to do is to contact a lawyer as soon as possible. Our lawyers at Crescent City Law can help you through the process by helping you explore different options for getting your license back to you in a timely manner.
It is possible to apply for a hardship license, a restricted license administered by the court or to people with specific statuses whose drivers license is suspended, or you may be able to resolve the underlying reason which caused your license to get suspended in the first place.
It is not uncommon for people with a suspended drivers license to drive as it is part of our daily lives. If you are caught driving with a suspended drivers license, you may be arrested. This can lead to jail time, more expensive tickets, and even an extension on the suspension of your ticket. It is possible to get the arrest thrown out if you did not know that your license was suspended and this will avoid any extension of your suspension.
It is not uncommon for people to move out of the state they are living in to have outstanding traffic tickets that they may not know of. This will cause your license to be suspended and make it impossible to renew your license or file for a new one in the state you are moving to without returning to Louisiana to address all of your violations.
Our attorneys at Crescent City Law will help you through the process of restoring your right to drive in your new state. Don’t put your traffic tickets and suspended drivers license off. This is something that needs to be addressed quickly, and you need to make sure you hire an attorney to defend your rights.