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Multiple traffic violations, driving while intoxicated or while under the influence of narcotics, reckless driving, and refusing to submit to a breath test are among the many reasons a driver’s license may be suspended. Driving on a suspended license is illegal. In Rhode Island, those caught operating a vehicle without a license face criminal charges.
At Comerford & Saccoccio, our attorneys are experienced, dedicated criminal defense practitioners. We have more than 30 years of combined experience helping clients overcome their criminal charges. Together, we will defend your rights and protect your driver’s license.
Located in Johnston, Comerford & Saccoccio represents clients throughout Rhode Island who have been charged with driving on a suspended license.
Driving on a suspended license is considered a misdemeanor crime. If convicted, you face an increased suspension of your driving privileges and the possibility of increased insurance premiums. Convictions also carry mandatory fines. Fines are larger for repeat offenders.
If you have been charged with driving on a suspended license, you are facing a criminal charge. In addition to fines and increased license suspension, a conviction could leave a permanent mark on your criminal record.
At Comerford & Saccoccio, our attorneys are highly skilled in criminal defense. We know what it takes to challenge the government’s case. We build strong, solid defense strategies that help clients overcome their criminal charges, defend their licenses and prevent convictions.
A criminal conviction can have major consequences for foreign individuals hoping to become U.S. citizens. If you are a resident alien, a conviction for driving on a suspended license may impact your ability to obtain citizenship. In certain circumstances, a criminal conviction may trigger removal proceedings.
Please contact our firm at 401-944-1600 to schedule a free initial consultation with attorneys David Comerford and Frank Saccoccio.