Virginia Attorneys for Driver’s License Issues
Charges of driving on a suspended license or driving without a license carry serious penalties if you are convicted. Driving without a license, even as a first offense, can bring an additional loss of any driving privileges you might have recovered prior to losing your license, and a fine of up to $1,500. A second offense of driving without a license is a class 1 misdemeanor. Since driving without a license is classified as a misdemeanor, the judge in your case has the authority to impose a jail sentence.
Like driving without a license, driving on a suspended license is a jailable misdemeanor in Virginia. This offense is also punishable by fines and further losses of driving privileges. A third offense brings a mandatory minimum 10-day jail sentence. The attorneys at Weiland Upton are experienced at representing clients charged with driving on a suspended license and driving without a license. depending on the facts of your case, we may be able to have the charge dismissed, reduced or avoid some of the penalties associated with driving on a suspended license and driving without a license.
At the Virginia, traffic offense law firm of Weiland Upton, we have represented hundreds of people accused of driving on a suspended license and driving without a license. When it comes to the reinstatement of your driver’s license, attorneys skilled in identifying defenses and fighting to have your charges dismissed or reduced make a difference.
Have you been accused of driving on a suspended license or driving without a license? Are you having difficulty getting to work or school due to loss of driving privileges? The skilled lawyers at Weiland Upton can help. Call 804.355.8037 or contact them online.
From Caroline County to Henrico County to Hanover County and throughout the Richmond area, Weiland Upton has helped thousands of Virginia drivers and other clients with issues involving their driver’s license. Our attorneys regularly represent clients from Stafford County to Greensville / Emporia and Brunswick County, and everywhere in between. Lawyers who know the law and your rights can mean the difference between fines/jail time and greatly reduced penalties. Call us for a free initial consultation.
Have You Experienced Difficulty Obtaining a Driver’s License?
Since the Patriot Act, immigrants have had difficulty obtaining U.S. driver’s licenses. Often we can argue that a valid driver’s license issued in a foreign country precludes conviction of driving without a driver’s license in the U.S., particularly if you have only been in the country a short time.
If you have questions regarding driver’s license suspension, driving without a license or habitual offender status, contact a firm that has handled thousands of cases. We offer free initial consultations, accept credit cards and are conveniently located near I-95 and I-295 in the Richmond area. Call us at 804.355.8037 or contact us online.
The traffic lawyers at Weiland Upton help defend our clients against charges of driving on a suspended license or driving without a license in the City of Richmond and areas around the City of Richmond. These jurisdictions include Brunswick, Emporia. King George, City of Petersburg, Dinwiddie County, Goochland County, Stafford County, Powhatan County, Henrico County, Hanover County, Chesterfield County, Prince George County, New Kent County, Spotsylvania County, the City of Hopewell, Sussex County, Caroline County, Amelia County and the City of Colonial Heights, .