Defense Services for Charges Involving Driving on a Suspended, Denied, or Revoked License
In Utah driving without a license and driving with a suspended, revoked, or denied license is a Utah traffic crime classified in the same category of criminal offenses at a first offense DUI and a first offense marijuana possession charge. In other words, Utah means business when it comes to driving on suspended, revoked, and denied licenses. You can spend months in jail for something as, what would appear to be, simple, as a driver’s license violation.
Utah Defenders – Experienced Driver’s License Defense
If you have been charged with driving in Utah on a suspended, revoked, or denied license, our experienced Utah criminal defense attorneys can help you through the process of defending your rights and driving privileges. Call us anytime at 801.618.1334 to discover how Utah Defenders can provide you with the criminal defense lawyer you need to protect your interests.
Driver’s License Criminal Charges Include More than Just Court
If you have been charged with driving on a suspended, revoked, or denied license you need to understand that you will have to defend yourself on two fronts – one in the courts and the other against the administrative decisions made the the Driver’s License Division. The Salt Lake City criminal defense attorneys at Utah Defenders are also experienced in handling negotiations and hearing with the Utah Driver’s License Division. You can get burned in the courts and by the Utah Driver’s License Division so it is important that you make the call to Utah Defenders to ensure you get an attorney who is prepared to go to the mattresses for in the courts and against the Utah Driver’s License Division.
Stay Out of Jail and Work to Get Your License Back
Utah Defenders is Utah’s Criminal Defense Law Firm and we know how to defend you and your interests. Because you face jail time as well as the loss of your license for years, you will be best served by calling Utah Defenders. We will be the only call you will need. Talk to one of our attorneys today by phone or email us and we will get back to you right away.