Driving on Suspended License in Maryland
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Have you been charged with driving on a suspended or revoked driver’s license in Maryland? Contact a traffic ticket defense attorney in Maryland with the Law Offices of G. Randolph Rice, Jr., LLC, at 410-288-2900.
Driving on Suspended License in Maryland Attorney G. Randolph Rice, Jr., call 410-288-2900 for immediate help.
“Driving on a suspended license in Maryland is a serious, must appear, offense. Make sure you have retained an attorney to defend you on the trial date. Just because you’ve been charged with a crime, doesn’t mean you’re a criminal” – Attorney G. Randolph Rice, Jr.
Penalties for Driving on Suspended License in Maryland
In addition to the possibility of jail and fines you can also receive 3 to 12 points on your MVA driving record.
Too many points on your MVA driving record can result in suspension or revocation of your driver’s license.
Contact a lawyer in Maryland that can help defend your case and guide you to make the best possible decisions for a favorable outcome. Call the office at 410-288-2900 for immediate help.
Do I need a lawyer for my driving on suspended case?
If you have to go to Court, and you must appear for a driving on suspended charge in Maryland, you should hire an experienced driving on suspended attorney. Contact the office at 410-288-2900 to speak with attorney G. Randolph Rice, Jr., and schedule a free consultation.
Which Counties in Maryland does the Law Offices of G. Randolph Rice, Jr., LLC represent clients in?
The Law Offices of G. Randolph Rice, Jr., LLC, represents clients in:
- Baltimore County, Md.
- Harford County, Md.
- Howard County, Md.
- Anne Arundel County, Md.
- Worcester County, Md.
- We have attorneys in all jurisdictions in Maryland that can help defend your case.
Why would my license be suspended in Maryland?
There are a number of reasons that your license would be suspended in Maryland, some of these examples are:
- Failure to appear for court;
- Fail to pay a traffic fine;
- Fail to pay child support;
- Another state has suspended your license;
- Insurance judgment;
- Federal failure to appear;
- Failure to maintain security on vehicle;
- Numerous other reasons.
What section of the Maryland Annotated Vehicle Law provides the driving on suspended laws?
See Maryland Vehicle Law Annotated Section 13-303 and for penalties, refer to section 27-101.
When should I contact a lawyer concerning my driving on suspended license charges?
As soon as you are released by the police officer, you should contact the Law Offices of G. Randolph Rice, Jr., LLC, at 410-288-2900 or email at RiceLawMD@gmail.com
If you wait till the trial date the Judge may not grant you more time with a postponement to obtain counsel. Act now to ensure the best possible defense attorney.
Contact the Law Offices of G. Randolph Rice, Jr., LLC, at 410-288-2900 for immediate help and to schedule a free consultation.