Driving With Revoked Suspended License

Were You Caught Driving With A Suspended License?

If your driver’s license was suspended or revoked, you probably felt trapped. Your job or standing in school may have been at risk if you had no access to transportation. With few options, you may have resorted to driving with a suspended or revoked license.

Former Prosecutor Protecting Your Driving Privileges

Driving with a suspended or revoked license could result in increased penalties, including a permanently revoked driver’s license. If multiple charges are filed, you could face felony charges. When the stakes are high, select an experienced attorney focused on protecting your best interests.

The defense attorney at The Law Offices of Ernest A. DiBenedetto is a former prosecutor with extensive experience handling all types of traffic violations. We are fully prepared to uncover any weaknesses in the prosecution’s case and will negotiate to protect your best interests. Contact our suspended driver’s license attorney for a free initial consultation.

Caught Driving With A Revoked License? We Can Help.

At The Law Offices of Ernest A. DiBenedetto, we have extensive experience representing clients with suspended or revoked driver’s licenses based on a variety of reasons such as:

  • Drunk driving or another serious traffic ticket
  • Lack of driver’s insurance
  • Failure to pay child support
  • Too many points accumulated on driving record

If you were driving with a suspended or revoked driver’s license after being arrested for a DUI in Illinois, you will face serious penalties, including mandatory county jail or a prison sentence. A first offense for driving with a suspended license from a DUI conviction is punishable with a mandatory 10-day jail sentence or 240 hours of community service.

Second and third convictions are considered a class 4 felony with a mandatory 30-day jail sentence or 300 hours of community service. A fourth conviction for driving with a suspended or revoked license, based on DUI conviction, carries a mandatory sentence of six months in jail.

As a former prosecutor, our attorney knows how to help you navigate through the criminal justice system in an effort to restore your driving privileges as soon as possible. Our firm has a long record of success handling revoked and suspended licenses. Our lawyer has more than 35 years of experience and knows ins and outs of Illinois’ legal system. If there’s a way to minimize the ramifications you are facing, we will do it.

Contact Our Suspended Driver’s License Attorney For A Free Consultation

At The Law Offices of Ernest A. DiBenedetto, we are here to listen to your side of the story. We can advise you about your options and will vigorously fight to protect your rights. Our legal team will review the requirements that have been set out for you and will guide you in getting your license reinstated as efficiently as possible.

Contact a driver’s suspension attorney today online or call our office at 630-796-6143 for a free consultation.