DRIVING ON A SUSPENDED OR REVOCKED LICENSE
Being charged with driving on a suspended or revoked driver’s license in Chicago isn’t a simple traffic ticket.
It’s not something that will drop off your record, and it’s not something you can afford to ignore.
You could be charged with a misdemeanor or a felony, depending on the cause of the suspension or revocation, which can lead to serious consequences.
Common Reasons for License Suspension or Revocation in Chicago
Some of the most common reasons people lose their driving privileges in Illinois include:
- Traffic violations
- Parking tickets
- Tollway violations
What Happens if You’re Caught Driving on a Suspended or Revoked License in Chicago?
If the police catch you driving on a suspended or revoked license in Chicago or any of the surrounding communities, you could end up going to jail and paying heavy fines. The Secretary of State will also take further action to revoke your license or extend your license suspension.
You Need an Aggressive Lawyer Who Will Fight for You
If you’ve been charged with driving on a suspended license (or driving on a revoked license) in Chicago or the surrounding communities, you need a lawyer who recognizes how important your driving privileges are and who will work hard to help you deal with your situation.
Call us at 312-363-9661 for your free case evaluation. We’ll review your case’s circumstances and begin building a strategic defense that gets you the best possible outcome.