Baltimore Driving after Suspended License Lawyers
The penalties for driving when your license is suspended can be even harsher than the DUI that took away your driving privileges in the first place. This is a serious, jailable offense that demands a swift and skilled response.
There may be valid defenses to driving after suspension or revocation. Contact Craig Kadish as soon as possible to arrange a free consultation. We serve clients throughout Maryland, with offices in Baltimore and Westminster.
Maryland Revoked Drivers’ License
Whether your license was suspended for drunk driving or for other traffic offenses, driving with a suspended license is a misdemeanor crime. On a first offense, the punishment is up to one year in jail. A second DWLS carries up to two years, and a third conviction could result in up to three years in jail.
Other Traffic Crimes
You should have experienced legal counsel for a major traffic offense such as:
- Hit and run (leaving the scene of an accident)
- Reckless driving or drag racing
- Automobile manslaughter
- Other serious traffic offenses
As with DWLS, these offenses can result in jail time, a criminal record, fines and a revoked driver’s license or points against your Maryland license.
Ask for Craig Kadish at 410-837-0020 or Contact us online to discuss the details of driving after suspended or other serious traffic offenses.