Suspended License Defense Attorney
In Missouri, dozens of offenses can result in the suspension of your driver’s license, such as a DWI conviction, not paying your taxes or not paying child support. If you are cited for driving while suspended or revoked (often referred to as DWR) and convicted, you face an extension of the suspension or revocation, a fine and a potential jail sentence.
You should obtain legal representation as soon as possible. Call Travis Noble, P.C., at 314-450-7849 for a free consultation.
Experienced Missouri Revoked License Lawyer
Attorney Travis L. Noble vigorously defends people accused of DWI and other traffic offenses. Recognized throughout Missouri for his trial advocacy skills, Mr. Noble works to obtain the best possible result for every client. In many DWR cases, there are viable defenses that could result in dismissals. Travis Noble will examine these and work diligently to obtain a positive outcome for you.
Driving Under Suspension Vs. Driving While Revoked
The difference between suspension and revocation is the length of time the person is prohibited from driving. If the prohibition is less than a year, it is said that the license has been suspended. If the prohibition is a year or longer, the license has been revoked.
If you are convicted of driving on a suspended or revoked license, your license will be suspended for an additional year and you will receive 12 points. Driving while suspended or revoked is usually a Class A misdemeanor, but depending on your record, it could be charged as a felony. A DWR is a serious charge regarding not only the potential penalties but also the negative effect that a conviction will have on your life and lifestyle. The law firm of Travis Noble, P.C., will work diligently to overcome the charge.