Driving Without a License
Driving Without a License or with a Suspended License
Have you been charged with driving without a valid license? Alejo Lugo will fight for you.
Many Americans depend on their ability to drive on a daily basis, so not having a valid license can be a huge inconvenience. You may be tempted to drive anyway. However, if you are caught driving without a license or on a suspended license, you could face criminal charges.
To protect yourself against a conviction and further penalties, you need a knowledgeable defense attorney on your side. After over 15 years of experience, Alejo Lugo knows how the local courts handle charges related to drivers licenses. With the support of his skilled legal team, he can use this knowledge to resolve your case as quickly and favorably as possible.
Let Us Find the Right Defense Strategy for You
At The Law Offices of Alejo Lugo & Associates, we specialize in personalized representation tailored to the facts of your case and the particulars of your situation.
If you have been accused of driving without a valid license, the best strategy is typically to ask for a delay in the proceedings so that you will have time to get a new drivers license. Once you have a valid license, the charges against you may be dismissed or reduced. This strategy requires cooperation from the prosecutor so it is very important to choose a local attorney like Alejo Lugo who has worked with the local prosecutors and DAs for years.
If you have been accused of driving on a suspended license, there may be several defense strategies available to you. First of all, we can argue that you did not have notice of your suspension, in which case you could not have known your license was suspended. The prosecutor must prove that you had notice of the suspension in order to secure a conviction. Another strategy is to argue that your license suspension was unlawful and therefore invalid. This sometimes happens in relation to DUI cases involving flawed evidence.
It is also possible that you were granted a restricted license to allow you to travel to certain places such as your job or to school. If you were doing one of these things when pulled over, we will argue that you cannot be found guilty of driving on a suspended license.
If a guilty plea is unavoidable, we will not accept a deal from the prosecutor until we are sure that it is the best deal for you. We will fight to keep you out of jail and make sure that you have options such as a restricted license so you can get to work and school.
Call Now to Start Building Your Defense
Since even this minor charge can have serious consequences, don’t wait to hire an experienced attorney from the Law Offices of Alejo Lugo & Associates to represent you. Call us now at (800) 497-0018 for a confidential conversation. We have people ready to help you who speak both English and Spanish.