Have you been charged with driving on a suspended license in Houston? If so, you could face a range of penalties should you be convicted of this misdemeanor, including fines and surcharges, confinement in jail, and a longer driver’s license suspension. And it doesn’t even matter if you didn’t know about the suspension. You still face the same potential consequences if convicted.
That’s why you have to take these charges seriously. Jay Cohen is committed to educating you about what your charges mean, and he’ll fight tirelessly on your behalf to help you avoid or reduce possible penalties.
What Causes a Driver’s License Suspension in Texas?
In Texas, your driver’s license can be suspended for a range of different reasons. These include:
- Automatic suspension for DWI, leaving the scene of a serious accident, criminally negligent homicide with a vehicle, etc.
- Too many moving violations within a certain period of time.
- Causing a serious car crash that resulted in major injuries or death.
Schedule Your Case Evaluation
Just because you’ve been charged with driving with a suspended license in Houston doesn’t mean you’re guilty or out of options. Let Jay Cohen take a closer look at your case, so we can advise you of your options for fighting these charges and saving your license.