Driving with a Suspended or Revoked License
In Wisconsin, a driver can have his or her license suspended or revoked for a variety of reasons, such as drunk driving or driving without valid auto insurance. However, some people may continue operate a motor vehicle with a suspended or revoked license. For the most part, this occurs accidentally. It is important to know, though, that driving without a license is a serious accusation that should not be taken lightly.
If you are being accused of driving without a valid driver’s license, the Milwaukee criminal defense lawyers of Hart Powell, S.C. may be able to help you avoid criminal penalties. Contact our experienced legal team today at (414) 271-9595 to learn more about how we can serve you.
Potential Defense Strategies
Facing a serious offense such as driving without a valid driver’s license is no easy task, especially if you attempt to handle these charges alone. A knowledgeable criminal defense firm can greatly improve your chances of avoiding a conviction by helping you develop your defense strategy.
- Some of the most common defenses for an accusation of unlicensed driving include:
- Determining whether the driver received adequate notice of the suspension
- Proving that there was an emergency situation that required the individual to drive
- Ensuring there is no case of mistaken identity
After having your license suspended or revoked, you do not need an additional criminal conviction for driving without a valid license.
If you are being accused of driving without a valid license, the Milwaukee criminal defense lawyers of Hart Powell, S.C. can defend you from the difficult allegations you are facing. Contact us at (414) 271-9595 to speak with an experienced attorney today.
Written by Michael Hart & Craig PowellLast Updated : December 27, 2022