Has your driver’s license been suspended in California? The DMV and our court system have the jurisdiction of suspending your driver’s license and according to the state law, the DMV is required to suspend or revoke your driver’s license for certain violations. Depending on your violation and the circumstances of your violation, you may be able to reinstate your driver’s license. Under any circumstance, do not drive if you have a suspended license. If you get caught driving with a suspended license, you can face more expensive fines, extension of your driver’s license suspension, and possible jail time. You can take the necessary steps to get your license reinstated, but you will still need an experienced defense lawyer to help you increase your chances of getting your driver’s license back and getting you back on the road.
DUI Suspended License
Has your driver’s license been suspended because of a DUI? If you have been convicted of a DUI and have paid court fines, completed your possible prison term, completed a DUI treatment program, and are going through the mandatory suspension period of your driver’s license; you may be qualified to get your driver’s license reinstated. Depending on certain reinstatement requirements, you may be able to get your license reinstated before the DMV mandatory suspension period. Call our highly skilled DUI lawyers for a free consultation to find out if you are qualified to get your California driver’s license back.
Suspended License For No Car Insurance
In California, you are required by law to have car insurance (financial responsibility). If you are pulled over by a police officer, renewing vehicle registration, or involved in a car accident, you must carry evidence that you have car insurance at all times. If your license was suspended because you failed to prove that you have car insurance to a police officer or were involved in a car accident, give our California DMV lawyers a call. We can help you with getting your driver’s license back and getting you affordable insurance.