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Driving Without a License

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 an attorney you can trust.

Defense Against Drivers’ License Offenses

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 800-266-8151 to get an effective advocate on your side.

Our lawyers have experienced in cases involving:

  • Undocumented workers
  • Driving without a license
  • Driving on a suspended license
  • Drunk-driving offenses
  • Multiple DUI
  • Traffic offenses

Driving Without a License

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.

Driving on a Suspended License

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.

Contact Us

It may be possible to preserve your driving privileges after driving on a suspended license. Talk to us — call 800-266-8151 — to find out where you stand. Our offices are conveniently located in Glen Burnie and Columbia, and we offer free consultations.

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