Driving on Suspended License/Driving without a License
Virginia Attorneys for Driver’s License Issues
Charges of driving on a suspended license or driving without a license carry serious penalties if you are convicted. Driving without a license, even as a first offense, can bring an additional loss of any driving privileges you might have recovered prior to losing your license, and a fine of up to $1,500.¬† A second offense of driving without a license is a class 1 misdemeanor.¬† Since driving without a license is classified as a misdemeanor, the judge in your case has the authority to impose a jail sentence.
Like driving without a license, driving on a suspended license is a jailable misdemeanor in Virginia. ¬†This offense is also punishable by fines and further losses of driving privileges. A third offense brings a mandatory minimum 10-day jail sentence.¬† The attorneys at Chucker & Reibach are experienced at representing clients charged with driving on a suspended license and driving without a license. depending on the facts of your case, we may be able to have the charge dismissed, reduced or avoid some of the penalties associated with driving on a suspended license and driving without a license.
At the¬†Virginia,¬†traffic offense law firm of Chucker & Reibach, we have represented hundreds of people accused of driving on a suspended license and driving without a license. When it comes to the reinstatement of your driver‚Äôs license, attorneys skilled in identifying defenses and fighting to have your charges dismissed or reduced make a difference.
Have you been accused of driving on a suspended license or driving without a license? Are you having difficulty getting to work or school due to loss of driving privileges? The skilled lawyers at Chucker & Reibach can help. Call¬†804.355.8037 or contact them online.
From Caroline County to Henrico County to Hanover County and throughout the Richmond area, Chucker & Reibach has helped thousands of Virginia drivers and other cleints¬†with issues involving their driver’s license.¬† Lawyers who know the law and your rights can mean the difference between fines/jail time and greatly reduced penalties.¬† Call us for a free initial consultation.
Have You Experienced Difficulty Obtaining a Driver’s License?
Since the Patriot Act, immigrants have had difficulty obtaining U.S. driver’s licenses. Often we can argue that a valid driver’s license issued in a foreign country precludes conviction of driving without a driver’s license in the U.S., particularly if you have only been in the country a short time.
If you have questions regarding driver’s license suspension, driving without a license or habitual offender status, contact a firm that has handled thousands of cases. We offer free initial consultations, accept credit cards and¬†offer Spanish language services. Call us at 804.355.8037 or contact us online.
The traffic lawyers at Chucker & Reibach help defend our clients against charges of driving on a suspended license or driving without a license in the City of Richmond and areas around the City of Richmond. ¬†These jurisdictions include¬†the City of Petersburg, Dinwiddie County, Goochland County, Stafford County, Powhatan County, Henrico County, Hanover County, Chesterfield County, Prince George County, New Kent County, Spotsylvania County, the City of Hopewell,¬†Sussex County, Caroline County, Amelia County and the City of Colonial Heights, .