Driving on a Suspended License
You are stopped for defective equipment or a fender bender. The officer pulls up your record and sees you are driving on suspended license, driving without a license, or driving while a habitual offender.
Suddenly, a minor traffic violation escalates into a crime. Now you are faced with loss of your license, fines up to $2,500 and possible jail time (mandatory 10 days for the third offense).
Driving on suspended license, driving without a license and driving while a habitual offender are serious offenses. If this happens to you, please contact traffic defense lawyer O. Randolph Rollins to help.
Mr. Rollins' main office is in Richmond, Virginia, 804-358-6727 and he can handle your case in Richmond, Henrico, Chesterfield, Petersburg, Hopewell, Colonial Heights and nearby Virginia counties. He also has a satellite office in Petersburg, Virginia.
Defenses to driving on suspended license, driving without a license and driving while a habitual offender involve legal technicalities and a detailed knowledge of DMV laws. Randy Rollins knows this field and can take you successfully to the best result possible.
But the best defense for driving on suspended license, driving without a license and driving while a habitual offender is... To Fix The Problem.
Fixing the problem means re-instating your driver's license. Randy Rollins has helped over 100 people reinstate their Virginia driver's licenses. In fact, that's Randy's niche.
Randy knows DMV procedures, how to set up pay plans, steps to get a restricted license, and the best way to remove your habitual offender status. He has done this for people with awful driving records, as well as those with only one cause of suspension. He has petitioned for license restoration in over twenty courts.
So when you are stopped for driving on suspended license, driving without a license and driving while a habitual offender, call O. Randolph Rollins, PLC to defend you AND To Fix the Problem by re-instating your license. That way, it won't happen again.