Many people lose their license without receiving notice. Others are forced to drive — to get to work, for example — when they do not have a license. When you are pulled over or arrested for driving without a license, it is important to know your rights and to consult with a Glen Burnie driver license lawyer you can trust.
At the Law Offices of Todd K. Mohink, PA, we offer experienced advocacy in cases involving driving without a license. Our founding attorney has more than 20 years of experience protecting the rights of Maryland drivers. In the event that we cannot get your criminal charges dismissed, we will pursue every possible opportunity to protect your driving privileges.
Losing your license can affect your livelihood, financial security, and your family. We will do everything we can to help you preserve your driving privileges.
Don’t represent yourself at your MVA hearing. Call 410-766-0113 to get an effective advocate on your side.
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Most people need a car to get to work, take care of their families and manage life’s demands. Unfortunately, there are those who are unable to get a license, such as undocumented immigrants. If you are unable to get a license and were arrested for driving without a license, you need a strong defense. Our attorneys will aggressively pursue your interests, collect necessary evidence in your case, and seek to defeat your charges.
After a driving or traffic offense, you could face license suspension. In many cases, people will lose their license without even knowing it. If you have been arrested for driving on a suspended license, you can take action to protect your rights. A criminal driving offense could result in jail time, fines, or license revocation. We will aggressively fight back against the charges.
There are many ways you can lose your driver’s license. Sometimes, licenses are suspended for administrative reasons and the drivers are unaware that they are driving on suspended licenses. In criminal driving offense cases such as driving under the influence (DUI) or driving while impaired (DWI), drivers should be made aware that their licenses will be suspended if they do not request a hearing.
Regardless of the reason you lost your license, you will likely have to appear at a Motor Vehicle Administration (MVA)/Office of Administration Hearings (OAH) hearing to get your license back. If your license was suspended for repeat traffic violations or criminal offenses, it is advisable to have an attorney represent you. Because we understand the criminal defense side of license suspension, we may be able to get the charges reduced or dismissed.
For a free initial consultation about restoring your driving privileges in Maryland, call the Law Offices of Todd K. Mohink, PA, at 410-766-0113 or contact us online.
The state can suspend your license for numerous administrative reasons, including failure to maintain auto insurance, failure to pay a traffic ticket, failure to pay other fines and failure to pay child support. Clearing the underlying charge may restore your driver’s license in these cases.
Your license may also be suspended for repeat traffic violations and serious offenses such as accumulating eight points on your license, a Breathalyzer test refusal, DUI/DWI conviction, hit-and-run conviction, driving without a license or driving on a suspended license. We can argue for reduced penalties as well as a hardship license so you can restore your driving privileges. In DUI cases, we can argue for an ignition interlock device if that is the only way to obtain limited driving privileges.
Were you ticketed or arrested while driving through Maryland? Our attorneys represent out-of-state drivers who have lost their Maryland driving privileges. In many cases, we can appear at hearings on your behalf so you do not have to return.
In Maryland, traffic tickets for violations such as speeding or reckless driving put points on your driver’s license. If you accumulate enough points, your license can be suspended. Other traffic offenses and administrative violations can also result in a license suspension.
The Law Offices of Todd K. Mohink, PA, provides representation at hearings before the Motor Vehicle Administration (MVA)/Office of Administrative Hearings (OAH). In some cases, our attorneys can appear at the hearing on your behalf so you do not have to attend. We can also defend individuals who are charged with driving on a suspended license or driving without a license. To learn more about how we can help, complete our online contact form.
If you accumulate eight points from traffic violations, your license may be suspended. If you accumulate 12 points, your license may be revoked. You can also lose your license for other administrative reasons or serious traffic offenses such as:
If you lost your license for administrative reasons, we may be able to clear the underlying charge and restore your driving privileges. In DUI/DWI cases, we can represent you at the MVA hearing and during criminal procedures. We have extensive experience with DUI/DWI defense, including defense for multiple DUIs.
Driving on a suspended license has serious penalties, including costly fines, further suspension or license revocation, and possible jail time. Call us immediately at 410-766-0113 if you are facing these charges. You can also email us for a free case evaluation at our offices in Glen Burnie and Columbia.
7310 Ritchie Highway, Suite 910
Glen Burnie, MD 21061
30 Corporate Center
10440 Little Patuxent Parkway,
Columbia, MD 21044