Driving While Suspended Or Revoked
Losing your driving privileges through a suspension or revocation can be a very difficult experience. For most people, driving is a necessity. Many people are forced into situations where even though their driving privileges have been suspended or revoked, they cannot afford to stop driving. This puts them on an inevitable collision course with the law again.
If you have been pulled over while driving on a suspended or revoked driver’s license, you need to take action to defend yourself. It is all too easy to get caught in spiral where you keep driving and collecting more suspensions. I am attorney Anthony F. List Jr., and I can help you break the cycle.
Is Lack Of A Driver’s License Getting In The Way Of Finding Work?
Many job opportunities call for a person who has a valid driver’s license. If even a minor amount of the work duties that are part of a job involve driving, you will not be considered for the job if you have a suspended or revoked driver’s license. In today’s job market, you cannot afford to limit the types of jobs you could be offered.
Effective Driving While Suspended Defense Backed By More Than A Decade Of Experience
I have been helping people in the Greater Philadelphia area defend themselves against all manner of traffic-related issues including suspensions and revocations as well as helping people fight to restore their driver’s licenses. My experience working with the local courts and government agencies has allowed me to build relationships that have taught me how to help my clients achieve their goals and get back on the road.
Driving While Suspended Defense Attorney Serving Media And The Greater Philadelphia Area
I can defend you against charges of driving while suspended or revoked, and I can help you break the cycle of suspensions. For a free initial consultation, call 610-348-5996 or contact my office online.