Protecting Your Pennsylvania Driving Privileges
In Pennsylvania, people depend on the cars every day, whether to commute to and from work, to bring children to and from school, or for any number of other necessary tasks. Unfortunately, the reliance on cars means some people risk driving even after their driver's license is suspended or revoked. If you were charged with driving on a suspended or revoked license, seek out an attorney who is experienced in handling this complex issue.
At The Law Office of Niels C. Eriksen Jr., LLC, we diligently help people whose driving privileges are threatened. Led by Bucks County suspended license lawyer Niels Eriksen, we work toward positive outcomes for every client. In driver's license suspension and revocation scenarios, our goal is to achieve:
- Driver's license restoration
- Reduction or elimination of penalties and fines
- No jail time
DUI-Related License Suspensions
In Pennsylvania, if you were arrested for drunk driving or entered the Accelerated Rehabilitative Disposition (ARD) program under the condition that your driving privileges be suspended, you face severe penalties if you are caught driving. The maximum penalty is a $500 fine and 60-90 days in jail. If your license is suspended and you are subsequently pulled over and your blood alcohol content is .02 or above, the fine is raised to $1,000 and the minimum jail term is 90 days.
Our Bucks County driver's license suspension attorney understands the seriousness of your situation and will do everything possible to mitigate any damage to you, your freedom and your reputation. Our firm is dedicated to helping you keep your driving privileges so you can maintain a normal life.
Other Reasons a License May Be Suspended in Pennsylvania
Many people have the licenses suspended for reasons other than DUI. Over the years, we have represented clients who had too many traffic violations, who failed to comply with conditions for release, who were driving with an expired license and who had failed to stay current on child support payments. These and many other acts can result in license suspension. When you come to us, we will sit down with you, listen as you explain what happened and give you honest advice about what to do and how we can help.
Contact a Philadelphia License Suspension Lawyer
If you were charged with driving on a suspended license in Pennsylvania, do not hesitate to reach out to The Law Office of Niels C. Eriksen Jr., LLC, for help. Open during weekly business hours, we respond to calls 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Our attorney also makes jail visits and bail hearings.
For a free consultation, call 215-375-7914 or toll free 877-880-8123. You can also contact our law firm online.