Centreville & Annapolis Driving Without a License Attorneys
Assertive Defense for Traffic Charges
A conviction for driving without a license can lead to jail time, in addition to a fine of up to $500. If you are facing charges of driving without a license, even a first offense could lead to up to 60 days in jail. Contact a traffic crime lawyer in Annapolis to discuss your legal options.
Don’t let charges of driving without a license impact your future. Call (410) 220-6621 for a free initial consultation with Henley & Henley Attorneys at Law.
Complexities of DWOL Charges
The penalties for a first offense can steepen dramatically for a second offense. In the case of a second offense, the maximum sentencing guidelines increase to 12 months in jail along with a $500 fine. It is very important to note that even without a license, your record can be assessed points. These points can make it even harder to get your license back once the dust settles after your legal matter.
In approaching the defense for your DWOL case, we will examine details such as:
- When you were stopped, was there a legally valid reason for the police officer to pull you over?
- During the course of your stop, were your rights violated at any time by the officer?
- Of the evidence used to make the charges against you, was all of it obtained by the officer appropriately?
Even if the charges against you are strong or well-founded, there is often an opportunity to pursue a positive plea agreement. Turn to our traffic crime attorneys in Annapolis for thoughtful, knowledgeable representation.
Contact us at (410) 220-6621 about your DWOL charges now.