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Charged with Driving on a Suspended License?

Columbus Suspended License Defense Attorney

If you have been arrested and charged with "driving on a suspended license" you face some severe penalties in the state of Ohio.  When convicted of this offense, you could lose your ability to drive for years, or even for your lifetime, depending upon the circumstances surrounding your case.  There is also the possibility of jail time, fines, and other punishments that are associated with this offense.  It is vital that you immediately enlist the assistance of a Columbus suspended license defense lawyer to help you in resolving this serious matter. 

Defending Driving on a Suspended License Charges in Columbus:  Koffel Law Firm

The penalties can be extreme for this offense, depending upon your unique circumstances.  You could be facing a fine of up to $1,000 and 6 months in jail if the judge in the case feels that this is what you deserve.  This penalty would be related to a first offense; with prior convictions, the charge becomes even more dangerous.  The court has a lot of leeway in how they will punish you for the charge, and it is critical that you contact Koffel Law Firm at once to initiate defense actions on your behalf.

In some cases it can be proven that the client was unaware that their license was suspended, which has happened on numerous occasions when the individual moved and did not receive legal notices.  In other cases, the initial case that resulted in a suspended license could be appealed.  Whatever the situation, you can be assured that the legal team will search out any option for the defense and exploit it on behalf of the client.  The firm is a well-respected and aggressive DUI defense firm and has vast experience in suspended license cases.  It is crucial that you move quickly if you are facing this charge.

Contact a Columbus Driving on a Suspended License Defense Lawyer from Koffel Law Firm today.
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