Your driving privilege keeps you on the road to get to work and put food on the table. When your driving privilege is suspended, all of that is in jeopardy. The State of Florida can suspend your license for any of the following reasons:
- Points associated with traffic tickets
- Failure to pay child support
- Failure to appear in court
- Failure to attend school
- Failure to complete driving school
- Criminal charges (Both adult and juvenile)
Many times, a person will not know they are suspended until they are pulled over and a law enforcement officer tells them. When that happens, a person can be charged with a civil citation or a criminal charge based on the circumstances. Our experienced defense attorneys know how to address the charge you are facing for driving on a suspended license and how to help you clear what is suspending you. We are ready to help you get back on the road so you can get back to providing for your family. Call our office in Sarasota today for a free consultation 941-365-7171.