Driving on a suspended or revoked license is risky. In many cases, however, people do not realize that their license has been suspended. They do not find out about the suspension until they are pulled over for another traffic violation. Suddenly they are facing serious charges and do not have a driver's license.
If your license has been suspended or revoked, you need to clear up the underlying issue behind the suspension/revocation before your license can be reinstated. It is best to work with an attorney who can guide you through the criminal and administrative parts of the case. Please contact me at The Law Office of Michael L. Roberts, LLC, for a free consultation with a Joplin suspended license attorney.
You can rely on my knowledge of Missouri law. I have worked as an assistant prosecuting attorney and a police officer. As a defense attorney, I understand all aspects of license suspensions and can protect your driving privileges.
If you already have multiple tickets, one more may lead to a charge of driving while license suspended (DWS). Because DWS is a 12-point violation, your license will be automatically suspended or revoked again. Your license can be suspended or revoked for numerous traffic violations and for administrative reasons such as:
- Breathalyzer test refusal
- Too many tickets or points
- Failure to respond to traffic violations in Missouri and out of state
- Failure to maintain auto insurance
- Failure to pay child support
Without a lawyer's help, you may have difficulty getting your license reinstated. I know the procedures and in some cases, I can negotiate with the prosecution or the Department of Revenue. I can represent you during the criminal portions of your DWS case and the administrative hearing with the Department of Revenue.
Contact A Neosho Revoked License Attorney
To schedule a free consultation, please call (417) 624-0700 or contact me online.