In Maryland, as in most states, it is illegal to drive or operate a motor vehicle if your drivers license has been suspended. A license suspension is typically a result of unresolved traffic violations or repeat traffic or moving violations. If the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration has suspended your driving privileges and you are caught driving, you will face additional fines, fees, legal penalties and extended license suspension.
If you have been caught driving while your license is suspended, consult with a skilled and experienced attorney. You can find such an attorney at Jack B. Rubin, PA. Call 410.727.8710 or contact us online about your traffic ticket defense case.
Common Reasons For License Suspension In Maryland
- Repeat Traffic Violations
- Drunk Driving Conviction
- Subsequent Offense DUI
- Failure To Show Proof Of Insurance
- Leaving The Scene of An Accident
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How A Lawyer Can Help You
Being convicted of a serious traffic violation in Maryland can exert serious consequences. You will face fines, fees, court costs, loss of driving privileges as well as increased auto insurance premiums. Having a skilled attorney on your side will ensure that your rights are protected and help you pursue a favorable outcome.
Contact Us About Your Traffic Offense
If you have been charged with driving with a suspended drivers license, call Jack B. Rubin, PA at 410.727.8710. You may also contact us online about your traffic violation. Our firm has many years experience handling all types of traffic violations in Maryland including, including driving while suspended. We understand the penalties you may face and will fight for you and get you the most favorable outcome possible.