Driving with a suspended license in MD is a serious traffic offense that can land you in the jail. If you’ve been charged or received a ticket for driving on suspended license in Md. contact attorney Randolph Rice at 410-288-2900 or email the office for immediate help.
Suspended License in MD
A license is usually suspended because the holder of the license has received too many points on their record. Or the driver has violated one of the Maryland DUI laws and the Motor Vehicle Administration has suspended their driver’s license.
If you receive a guilty for driving on a suspended license in Md, you could be facing additional points on your driving record, which could lead to additional suspensions of your driver’s license.
Penalty for Suspended License in MD
The penalty for driving with a suspended license in Maryland can vary from 60 days in jail and/or a $500.00 fine to 1 year in jail and/or a $1,000.00 fine.
Lawyer for Suspended License in MD
If you are facing a court date for driving with a suspended license in MD, contact attorney Randolph Rice at 410-288-2900 for immediate legal advice. Attorney Rice has been representing clients for years that have been charged with driving with a suspended license in Maryland. He is a Super Lawyers – Maryland Rising Star, ranked by Avvo 10 out of 10 and Lead Counsel Rated.
Will I go to jail for driving with a suspended license in MD?
That depends on the number of times you have been charged and convicted of driving on a suspended license in the past. Other factors that will dictate if you will go to jail for a suspended license are:
- The county you are charged in;
- The Judge;
- The prosecutor;
- What are the facts of your case;
- Were you polite and cooperative with the police officer that wrote you the ticket.
If you are facing a charge that could land you in jail, you should always hire a lawyer to go to court and represent you before the Judge.