West Chester, PA 19380
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Lee Ciccarelli is the founder and managing partner of Ciccarelli Law Offices with over two decades experience as a practicing attorney.
Joshua Tebay is an experienced attorney and former prosecutor licensed to practice in both Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
Michael E. Houghton brings both passion and enthusiasm to criminal defense through his extensive knowledge and experience.
Timothy Kraeer is a highly experienced traffic attorney who handles related criminal and civil matters across the state.
Since 1992, Ann has been advocating for her clients both in and out of tough courtrooms of Philadelphia, which has cultivated her craft.
David Strenfel is a highly experienced attorney who focuses on trial advocacy, constitutional law, and criminal defense.
Jonathon Luff has successfully represented countless clients and gain freedom for many wrongfully accused individuals.
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If you are arrested for driving while your license is suspended or revoked in Pennsylvania, you face the potential for serious penalties. Apart from the possibility of jail time and heavy fines, your driving record can be seriously affected and your criminal background can also impede future opportunities for years to come.
In order to avoid these daunting consequences, you need the help of an attorney who is familiar with Pennsylvania's traffic laws. And criminal charge can be overwhelming, but a skilled lawyer can guide you through the confusing process ahead of you and get you started on the right track to defending your future.
The experience legal team at Ciccarelli Law Offices has taken on traffic cases across Pennsylvania, including those involving a suspended or revoked license violation. We know exactly what you're up against and what is necessary to proactively defend you. Let us take on your challenging situation and reduce your stress.
Call (610) 719-3200 today to schedule your free consultation with our attorneys. We can thoroughly analyze the details of your situation and give you an honest assessment of the process ahead of you. Let us help you chose the best way to proceed and guide you through this daunting situation.
A person may have their license suspended for many reasons, including:
These suspensions may last from months to years, but they must be adhered to in order to avoid even more serious consequences.
If an alleged offender is convicted of driving while his or her license was suspended, the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) can suspend his or her driving privileges under Pennsylvania Consolidated Statute Title 75 § 1543(c) for an additional one-year period. If the alleged offender’s license was revoked, then PennDOT may revoke his or her privileges for an additional two-year period.
People who are convicted of driving under suspension for charges not relating to DUI, BAC test refusal, or Driver’s License Compact violations are subject to the following penalties:
Alleged offenders charged with driving under suspension who had their operating privileges suspended or revoked because of DUI, BAC test refusal, or Driver’s License Compact violations are subject to much more serious penalties than motorists who had their licenses suspended or revoked for other reasons.
In these cases, a first offense can result in a $500 fine and up to 90 days in prison. However, if the alleged offender has a BAC of 0.02 percent at the time of testing or any amount of a Schedule I or nonprescribed Schedule II or III controlled substance in his or her system, the penalties are again increased:
It is also important to note that a person who is convicted of three driving under suspension offenses relating to DUI will be classified as a habitual offender under Pennsylvania Consolidated Statute Title 75 § 1542 and have his or her license revoked for an additional period of five years.
When facing this challenging situation, you need to know that you attorney is not afraid to aggressively fight on your behalf. At Ciccarelli Law Offices we know that your future is on the line and we are prepared to proactively seek a positive resolution for you.
Our Chester County driving with license suspended attorneys also represent clients in Montgomery County, Delaware County, Philadelphia County, and Lancaster County. Call us today at (610) 719-3200 to schedule your free consultation.