Virginia Suspended Revoked Driver’s License Attorney
In Virginia, driving is a privilege. Unfortunately, the Virginia driving privilege can become suspended or revoked. Driving without a valid drivers license or with a suspended or revoked driver’s license is a criminal offense. Most violations are classified as misdemeanors. Va. Code 46.2-391 can classify driving with a suspended or revoked license as a felony. Penalties can include incarceration, excessive fines, further loss of driving privileges and vehicle impoundment in some cases.
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VA Traffic Court Representation For Revoked And Suspended Driver’s
Riley & Wells Attorneys-At-Law successfully represent clients whose driving privileges have been either suspended or revoked. There are countless circumstances when your Virginia privilege to drive a motor vehicle may become suspended or revoked, and in some cases you may not know until pulled over by the police. Our lawyers will present your best case if you have been charged with driving on a suspended or revoked driver’s license or need to restore driving privileges.
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Reasons for Suspension or Revocation of your Virginia driving privileges
The Virginia privilege to drive can become suspended or revoked for many reasons. Virginia Courts and the DMV have the authority to suspend or revoke Virginia driving privileges. Convictions for offenses such as DUI, reckless driving, underage alcohol along with accumulating too many moving violation demerit points will trigger license suspension issues. Virginia classifies various types of suspended or revoked driving. The specific law section can have a significant impact on your freedom and driving privileges.
Secure Experienced Representation to Protect Your Driver’s License
There are various Virginia laws that can make driving without a valid driver’s license or while your privilege to drive is revoked or suspended confusing. It is illegal to drive without a valid driver’s license or with no driver’s license in possession according to Va. Code 46.2-300 & 46.2-104. The various Va. Code sections that criminalize suspended and revoked driving are as follows: 46.2-301, 46.2-302, 46.2-357, 46.2-389, 46.2-391, 18.2-272. Our attorneys have the experience to properly represent and defend you.
The most serious type of case involving a driving privilege revocation requires a Petition to be filed and argued with the appropriate Virginia Circuit Court. This is typically the case when the driving privileges have been revoked due to a DUI conviction or from an old Habitual Offender revocation determination. We frequently represent clients with this Petition. A common scenario involves a petitioner from another state who needs to clear up his/her Virginia status in the National Driver Registry.
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11/10/2015 | Updated 1/22/2022