Individuals charged with driving with a suspended license are among the most common cases I defend in justice courts and other city courts. Aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle is a criminal offense in the state of New York, and it does not matter whether your license is suspended for a DWI, failure to pay traffic citations, or failure to appear in court. If your license has been suspended, you’ll be charged with aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, but an attorney can help you resolve that case in a number of ways. The first and most important of those is available to you if you can obtain a valid driver’s license. An attorney in Buffalo who practices in this area can oftentimes help you get your criminal offense reduced to a traffic offense and eliminate any criminal conviction on your record.
Did you or a loved one get caught driving on a suspended license? Let the guidance of Drew Fritsch help you through this matter, and protect your rights.
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