Fighting Driving on Suspended (DWLS) Tickets

Fighting Driving on Suspended Traffic Tickets

In Michigan a first offense for driving on a suspended license (DWLS) is punishable by a fine of $500 and up to 93 days in jail. This is not something to take lightly, or to try to handle on your own without an lawyer, if you wish to avoid being thrown in jail.

Additionally, fighting any driving without a license charge is very difficult – because it is not a matter of opinion. If your license was previously suspended and you were caught behind the wheel of a car, it is simply a “fact” that you were driving on a suspended license. It is not up for argument or discussion.

Fighting Driving on Suspended Traffic Tickets On Your Own

Keep in mind that “having a good reason” for driving without a valid drivers license is not a “defense” that will hold up in court. So do NOT plan on trying to go in to court and “explain” to the Judge why it was OK for you to drive on a suspended license.

Many people try to claim there was some kind of emergency that required them to drive without a license. However, if there is a medical emergency the Judge will expect you to have called an ambulance – not driven without a license. Similarly, if you “had to get to work” the Judge will expect you to take a bus or call an Uber or a friend – and not drive on suspended.

For this reason you should never try to fight a driving on suspended traffic ticket on your own without a lawyer. The judge will simply see that you had no license, and you will lose.

How Attorneys Fight Driving on Suspended Traffic Tickets

Whether you received your ticket in Detroit, Romulus, Southfield, Novi or somewhere else in Michigan, you really need an attorney who specializes in handling tickets in that specific Court. An experienced traffic ticket attorney not only knows the law, but they also know the cops, know the prosecutors and judges, and know how to negotiate the best results in your traffic case.

A good traffic ticket attorney knows what to say and how to say it – and can often get charges reduced (or dropped), fines lowered, and above all will help you avoid jail time.

Best Romulus Traffic Ticket Lawyers

Our Detroit traffic ticket lawyers have successfully defended clients in hundreds of “driving on suspended” cases in every District Court in Wayne and Oakland County – including, Detroit, Southfield, Romulus, Novi, and more.

Our skilled legal team has established a reputation as top traffic ticket lawyers by consistently earning great results in tough cases. If you have received a traffic ticket in Detroit, Southfield, Romulus, Novi, Pontiac – or anywhere in Michigan – call our experienced traffic ticket lawyers today for a free consultation.

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