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Avoiding The Harsh Consequences Of Driving On A Suspended License

If you have been accused of driving on a suspended license in Georgia, it is a charge worth fighting. If found guilty, you face steep fines, extended suspension, or revocation of your driver’s license and even jail time. This is why it is so important to enlist the services of an experienced traffic defense attorney.

At Fleming Law, PC, we have extensive experience in Savannah handling traffic violation cases, including serious ones involving driving on a suspended or revoked license. We are here to help you understand the legal process and to protect your rights every step of the way.

Serious Defense For A Serious Charge

Driving on suspended license is a serious charge, and law enforcement officials push for harsh penalties. If you have been accused of driving on a suspended or revoked license, you need an attorney who knows how to handle these cases.

We will work tenaciously on your behalf to fight this charge. If your license has been suspended, we will work to get it reinstated. If circumstances warrant, we will help you pursue a hardship driver’s license so that you can still drive to work and to other important functions.

Representing CDL Drivers

If you rely on a CDL for your livelihood, the stakes are even higher. We understand the process of protecting a commercial driver’s license from suspension and revocation, and will do everything in our power to keep your driving privileges intact.

Get The Legal Help You Need

You don’t have to face this serious traffic violation charge alone. We are here to provide you with the skilled guidance and advocacy you need. Contact us online or by telephone at 912-598-6022 to arrange a legal consultation with an experienced lawyer. We represent clients in traffic courts throughout Chatham County and surrounding areas. Our Savannah office is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, and by appointment on the weekends.