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Murfreesboro Suspended License Attorney

Driving on a suspended license means risking jail time, fees, and permanently losing your right to drive

Having a suspended license is undeniably inconvenient. You need to rely on public transportation or willing friends and family to help you out if you need to go anywhere. It may be difficult to comply with the suspension, but it is important to do so. If you are found driving with a suspended license, you can face a misdemeanor charge. Your license may have been suspended for an alcohol related offense, a failure to appear in court for a traffic violation, or for something else. No matter what the reason for your suspended license, driving during the suspension period is a crime that could cost you even more than the original offense. If you have been found driving with a suspended license, contact Murfreesboro criminal defense attorney David Scott. We are here to make sure your legal rights are protected and someone is in your corner, on your side.

What are the penalties for driving on a suspended license?

The punishment for driving on a suspended license will largely be determined by how many prior, if any, you have violated the terms of your license suspension.

·         For a first offense, you may be charged with a Class B misdemeanor. If convicted. you face up to six months in jail and a maximum fine of $500.00.

·         For a second offense that occurred within 10 years, you may be charged with a Class A misdemeanor. If convicted, you face up to one year in jail and a maximum fine of $2,500.

·         For a third or subsequent offense to occur within 10 years, you may be charged with a Class A misdemeanor. If convicted, you face up to one year in jail and a maximum fine of $2,500. You also face the possibility of being labeled as a habitual offender and the permanent revocation of your driver’s license.

It can be difficult to get by without the right to drive. Make every attempt to comply with the restrictions imposed by your suspended license. Once the suspension period expires, you may have to pay fees, including a reinstatement fee, and fulfill certain other conditions before your license is reinstated.

Learning how to get around when you have a suspended license can be tough, but being found guilty of driving with a suspended license can be even tougher

Murfreesboro suspended license attorney David L. Scott at the Law Office of David L. Scott has more than 20 years of experience helping people who are facing losing their drivers license. Contact us today by calling 615-896-7656 or go online to schedule a complimentary case evaluation.




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722 South Church Street
Murfreesboro, TN 37130

Phone: 615-896-7656

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4322 Harding Pike #417
Nashville, TN 37205

Phone: 615-203-8062

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