Charged With Driving With a Suspended License?
If you have received enough points toward your driver’s license or you have been charged with a drunk driving offense, you may have your license suspended or even revoked. This means you will not be able to legally drive for a period of time set by the Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV). If you drive after having your license suspended or revoked in Colorado, you will face serious consequences.
At the Viorst Law Offices, P.C., we have more than 20 years of criminal defense experience that we can use to protect your driving privileges.
We Work To Keep You On The Road
Driving with a suspended license in Denver is a serious offense. If charged with this crime or the crime of driving while your license is revoked, you could face many consequences, including:
- Extended period of suspension or revocation
- Monetary fines
- Reinstatement fees
- Jail time
- DMV classes
Failing to attend a motor vehicle hearing will likely result in the automatic suspension of your driving privileges. Consult with a knowledgeable Denver driver’s license lawyer to learn more about your options and how you can minimize the penalties you face.
Guidance Through DMV Hearings
There are many types of hearings you may be required to attend when dealing with a driver’s license revocation or suspension. Whether you are attending a habitual traffic offender hearing or any other motor vehicle hearing, attorney Anthony Viorst will be by your side protecting your rights.