Driving On A Suspended/Revoked License

Caught Driving Without A License? Here's What You Need To Know.

Driving on a suspended or revoked license — or without one at all — can result in serious consequences. Along with a potential 12-month jail sentence, a fine of up to $2,500 is likely.

If you are pulled over and cited for driving without a license, you need an experienced, aggressive defense lawyer on your side who can minimize the damage and help you create a path toward getting your driver's license back.

A Former Police Officer And Prosecutor Here To Defend You

At Lord Law Firm, LLC, we have helped many individuals throughout Columbia in your same situation.

Some of our past clients were driving in South Carolina with a suspended license because of a DUI or too many accumulated traffic points. Others were found driving with a revoked license due to "habitual offender" status.

Regardless of your situation, we can help.

Our founding attorney, Ray Lord, was a former police officer and prosecutor before defending those facing traffic charges in South Carolina. He knows the law, procedures and tactics utilized on both sides of the fence.

Do You Live Out Of State?

If you were pulled over and cited for driving without a license and do not live in South Carolina, unfortunately, your citation will follow you to your home state. But we can help. Our law firm is known for handling traffic ticket defense cases for those who live in North Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Virginia and many other states. In most cases, Ray can appear on your behalf, freeing you from the burden of returning to the state and appearing in court.

If You Need Help, Call Today. Free Consultations. Flexible Appointments

Let us use our experience to mitigate the consequences you could face for driving without a license.

Call 803-407-4140 or send our team an email.