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Non-Valid Driver's Licenses

Caught Driving Without a License? You Could Be Facing Jail Time.

Under Virginia traffic laws, a first offense for driving on a non-valid driver's license, including a suspended or revoked license is a Class 2 misdemeanor. If you are found guilty, you face up to a $1,000 fine and six months in jail.

Make sure you have an experienced criminal defense lawyer protecting your rights. I am Virginia traffic ticket defense attorney Robert T. Dearborn. Since I opened my firm in 2000, I have helped more than 3,500 people fight to protect their driving privileges. Contact me for a free consultation about your charges. I will give you an honest assessment of your case and help you decide what legal option you should pursue. If you hire me, I offer a flat fee rate for many services.

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Police officers will look at your record at the time of your traffic stop to see if you have any prior convictions. Prosecutors want to charge you with the highest offense possible, which is typically a misdemeanor charge for driving on suspended license or on a non-valid driver's license. I will work aggressively to have your charges dismissed or reduced to a lower charge that won't include time in jail or a heavy fine.

My firm is recognized for its focus on traffic violations defense. If you have been charged with driving without a license, I am ready to help. I offer flat fee rates for many legal defense services, including:

Contact my office in Fairfax to arrange a free consultation about driving without a license or other driver's license suspension issues. I represent clients in municipal and traffic courts throughout Northern Virginia.