License Suspension

A driver’s license is a necessary component of daily life that many have come to take for granted. Everything from work to running errands is impacted by the ability to drive from one location to another. Having your driver’s license suspended can cause major problems. Driving on a suspended license can cause an even bigger set of problems.

Drivers who are issued a citation for driving on a suspended license or driving on a DUI suspension can endure some serious consequences for their actions. Punishments for driving on a suspended license include heavy fines, an extension of the suspension period, license revocation and even time in jail.

Drivers residing in New Jersey and Pennsylvania who are dealing with license suspension problems should turn to an experienced attorney for legal assistance. All it takes is one phone call to work through those issues and chart a path toward getting back on the road. The biggest mistake that anyone can make is not taking care of a suspended driver’s license before it leads to larger problems.

If you have had your driver’s license suspended or revoked, or face charges that involve driving on a suspended license or driving on a DUI suspension, contact attorney Michael H. Fienman. Mr. Fienman is an accomplished driver’s license suspension lawyer; call today for a free consultation and find out how we may be able to help you. Having a driver’s license may be a privilege, but it is also a freedom and a necessity you can’t afford to lose.

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