Chicago Suspended or Revoked License Offense Lawyer
Traffic Violations Attorney in Oak Brook, Schaumburg, and Throughout Illinois
It is illegal in Illinois to drive or operate a motor vehicle while it is revoked or suspended. If you are charged with driving or operating a motor vehicle on a suspended or revoked license, you may be facing serious criminal charges.
Mr. Moretti has defended clients for 19 years who have been charged with driving on a suspended or revoked license. He has the experience and skills that are necessary to fight for and protect his clients’ rights. Throughout his work, he has gained the respect of judges and prosecutors for his knowledge of the law and court proceedings and his effective work with his clients.
Driving on a Suspended or Revoked License in Illinois
It may not seem like a big deal to continue to drive while your license is suspended or revoked, but it can lead to serious consequences. If you are caught driving on a suspended or revoked license, you will be charged initially with a Class A misdemeanor. If you are charged with a Class A misdemeanor, you can serve up to 364 days in jail, a $2,500 fine, or a combination of both. A repeat offense in some instances may result in you being charged with a felony. If you are charged and convicted of a felony, you could serve at least one year in prison and pay a fine of up to $25,000. Additionally, a misdemeanor, or felony conviction on your record will likely have a negative impact on your life. You would have to disclose it on employment applications, housing or assistance applications, and to professional licensing agencies. It may also prevent you from obtaining or maintaining employment, acceptance into the military, or into the school of your choice.
Having Your License Suspended in Illinois
Losing your driving privileges due to a suspension or revocation can have a negative impact on your life in many ways. In Illinois, you can have your license suspended for:
- Driving Under the Influence (DUI),
- Traffic violations,
- Failure to appear in court,
- Conviction for 3 moving violations within 12 months,
- Too many points assessed against your driving record,
- Failure to pay child support,
- Multiple toll way violations, or
- Multiple parking violations.
Contact an Experienced Driving on a Suspended or Revoked License Lawyer
If you have been charged with driving on a suspended or revoked license, you should contact an attorney who has the knowledge and experience to defend your rights. Mr. Moretti has experience handling charges of driving on a suspended or revoked license. He has received verdicts of not guilty, dismissed charges, amendments to lesser charges, and plea-bargains with no jail time.
Mr. Moretti has the experience and knowledge to help you achieve a result most favorable for you. Call 312-861-1084 to schedule your complimentary consultation today at one of three office locations in Chicago, Oak Brook, or Schaumburg.