Driving With A Suspended/Revoked License

If you have had your Maryland driver’s license suspended or revoked, it is illegal to drive a car, truck or other motor vehicle – even on back roads. However, there may be circumstances in which you are operating a motor vehicle even if your license suspended or revoked. If you are caught driving with a suspended/revoked license, you could face serious penalties, including:


  • Up to 12 points against your driver’s license¬†
  • Up to a year in jail
  • Up to a $1,000 fine


Although you may think the police have enough evidence against you to convict you of driving with a suspended/revoked license, they may not. If you are charged with this crime, it is important that you consult with an experienced criminal defense lawyer as soon as possible. Don’t wait! A good attorney can begin to construct a solid defense for you based on the following circumstances:


  • You had no knowledge that your license was revoked or suspended
  • You have a valid driver’s license, you just didn’t have it with you at the time you were stopped


Felipe Santo Domingo is a seasoned criminal defense attorney with substantial experience in the area of Maryland traffic law. With vast resources and a proven success record, Felipe  Santo Domingo will bring expertise and professionalism to your case and will do everything possible to get the charges against you dismissed or reduced.


Don’t let something as simple as a driving with a suspended/revoked license charge put you in jail. Call today to schedule an appointment for a consultation. 1-800-Have-DUI.