Your license may have been suspended for any number of things, from failure to pay child support, to traffic violations, to receiving a DUI. Choosing to continue to drive on a suspended or revoked license is taken seriously by the courts. Do not plead guilty. Not only will prior infractions be considered in your current sanctions, you could be caught in a vicious circle of license re-suspension and never get your license back.
Driving With a Suspended License / Driving With a Revoked License
If your license was suspended due to a drunk driving charge, you could now face a heavy fine, mandatory jail time and required ignition interlock on your vehicle.
Do not attempt to handle the case yourself. There are options and defenses you are not aware of, and an experienced attorney can greatly reduce the penalties you face. Missteps by the authorities can damage their own case against you. Negotiation with the prosecutor can reduce charges and penalties.
When Ronald L. Jurgeson is your criminal defense lawyer, you will deal directly with a seasoned lawyer who can advise you and advocate aggressively for you.
Attorney Ronald L. Jurgeson knows the criminal justice system. He has over 20 years of legal experience, with seven years working at the Missouri Attorney General's office. He has extensive experience in handling trials as well as appeals. He is a passionate advocate on behalf of the criminally accused who provides a vigorous defense on behalf of each person he represents. If you have been charged with driving on a suspended or revoked license in Missouri or Kansas, we encourage you to contact our office.
We offer a free consultation in all criminal cases. If you have been charged with a crime and need help, we are pleased to offer our assistance. To contact our office in Kansas City and Lee's Summit, Missouri, call us at 816-272-1395 or contact us toll free at 1-888-782-2316. For assistance by e-mail, contact us online.