Have you been charged with driving while your license is suspended or revoked? Whether it’s a civil infraction or a criminal offense, the consequences of a DWLS charge can be severe. In Florida, a third offense is considered a felony, and you may face up to five years in prison and a five-year revocation of your driver’s license. Even for a first offense, the penalties can include jail time, fines, and points on your license.
At Albert Quirantes, Esq. Criminal DUI & Ticket Lawyers, our Miami Suspended License Lawyers understand the seriousness of a DWLS charge and are here to help you navigate the legal system. We go to court for you. Here are some of the ways we can assist you in defending against a suspended driver’s license charge:
At Albert Quirantes, Esq. Criminal DUI & Ticket Lawyers, we have been helping clients defend against DWLS, DUI, Reckless Driving, and all traffic and criminal charges for over 35+ years. If you’ve been charged with driving while your license is suspended or revoked, don’t wait. Call or text us now at 305-644-1800 to schedule a FREE NO OBLIGATION DEFENSE STRATEGY SESSION, either in person or via Video Conference and find out how we can help you.