Driving with a suspended license in Maryland is dangerous and could land you in jail. If you’ve been stopped, arrested or charged with driving with a suspended license in Md, call attorney Randolph Rice, for immediate legal help at (410) 288-2900.
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I am attorney Randolph Rice and I have represented thousands of driving with a suspended licenses cases in Maryland. Let my experience go to work for your. There are a number of defenses to driving with a suspended license in Maryland. One of the most commonly used defenses in Court is the argument of “lack on notice.” Maryland case law has presented us with numerous cases that discuss the notice issue and how it applies to driving with a suspended license in Md.
I represent clients charged with driving with a suspended license in these Maryland counties and cities:
I have been successful in defending hundreds clients, ensuring that they did not receive:
I offer a free consultation to all clients, call me at (410) 288-2900 to discuss your driving with a suspended license case in Maryland.
A: That depends on the section you are charged under. For a first offense, if you are charged with either:
You could be facing up to 1 year in jail and a $1,000.00 fine.
If you are charged with either:
The maximum penalty is 60 days in jail, a $500.00 fine, or both.
That is why it is so important to contact a suspended license lawyer in Maryland as soon as possible. I can help walk you through the process, appear in Court with you and argue to the Judge or Jury that you are not guilty of driving with a suspended license.
Call me today to schedule a free consultation at (410) 288-2900.
Law Offices of G. Randolph Rice, Jr., LLC
6914 Holabird Avenue, Suite A
Baltimore, Maryland 21222
A: Driving with a suspended license in Maryland is a misdemeanor.
A: If you’re driving privilege has been suspended after a dui, then you are not allowed to drive. If the police pull you over, they will more likely arrest you and issue tickets. When you appear in Court, the Judge will be hard on you, thus you should have a lawyer with you when you go to Court.
A: Yes, driving suspended license is a misdemeanor in Maryland.
If you’ve been charged with driving suspended license in Maryland, call me, Attorney Randolph Rice, at (410) 288-2900 for immediate legal help.
A: It is a crime but is defined under the Maryland traffic code under section 16-303.
A: Clear up the suspension as soon as possible. If you are suspended for past tickets, you can pay them at any District Court in Maryland.
A: The maximum penalty can vary depending on the section you are charged under, you could face up to 2 years in jail and a maximum fine of $1,000.00. There are also sections that carry a maximum penalty of 60 days and $500.00 fine, or both.
A: The fines range from $500.00 to $1,000.00. Again, this depends on the section you are charged with. Call my office at (410) 288-2900 to discuss the maximum penalty and fines for driving with a suspended license.
Driving While Suspended in Maryland is a serious offense. Make sure you hire a traffic ticket attorney as soon after the tickets as issued to obtain the best advise. You may be able to avoid many of the penalties by taking actions after the tickets are issued and your lawyer can present a better argument in Court.