Driving on a Suspended License
Resolve your case quickly and to your best advantage by hiring Michael L. Fell
The crime of driving on a suspended license may seem pretty straightforward at first: either you have a valid license, or you don’t. And if you don’t have a valid license, you must be guilty, right?
It is actually possible for your license to be suspended without your knowledge.
In this case, you cannot be guilty of a crime and experienced defense attorney Michael L. Fell can help you prove it.
For example, the DMV can issue license suspensions when drivers rack up a certain number of moving violations or other black marks on their driving record. In this case they will mail notice of the suspension to the driver. Because people often move without notifying the DMV or having their mail forwarded, it is possible for a driver to never receive the notice and not realize their license was suspended. Without knowledge of the suspension, you cannot be convicted of the crime driving on a suspended license.
Make Sure Any Penalties You Do Receive are Fair
Even if you know that you broke the law, you should not give up hope. With help from an experienced attorney such as Michael L. Fell, you may be able to avoid the harshest possible penalties that can go along with a conviction for driving on a suspended license.
Thanks to his experience as an Orange County Senior Deputy District Attorney where he prosecuted cases for over 18 years, Attorney Fell understands the prosecutors’ case. Attorney Fell has had great success negotiating with prosecutors to reduce or dismiss charges for driving on a suspended license.
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If you would like to hear Attorney Fell’s recommendations for resolving it quickly and to your best advantage, please contact us at (949) 585-9055.