Are You Driving with a Suspended License?
Let Gray, Granberry, & Jones Seek To License Reinstatement!
Though it may seem relatively minor, driving with a suspended license is a serious criminal offense and drivers may in Bryan and College Station TX face a Class B misdemeanor if caught. Fines and other punishment can be significant, further delaying return of your driver’s license. The best way to deal with such charges and get your license reinstated as soon as possible is with the help of criminal defense attorneys who have extensive experience in this area and will aggressively pursue return of your driver’s license as soon as possible.
Some of the consequences that can be faced by driving with a suspended license include:
- Fines and surcharges up to $500
- Additional time added to the suspension time.
- Increase in insurance rates if able to find an insurance company at all.
If you have been charged with driving with a revoked or suspended license, time is of the essence. License administration hearings must be requested within 15 days, or fines and additional charges are assigned. The attorneys at Gray, Granberry, & Jones have the experience of handling just such cases and are ready to protect your rights and get your license back as quickly as possible!