The Skilled Defense You Need For A Felony Charge For Driving While License Suspended/Revoked
If you are facing a felony charge for driving on a suspended or revoked license in Illinois, it is vital to contact a defense attorney immediately. At Shifrin Law Group, a major part of our practice and legal focus is on traffic cases and license violations. We are a law firm of skilled and experienced attorneys who are dedicated to guide you through the complicated legal process and protect your rights.
Have You Been Charged With A Felony Offense For Driving While License Suspended/Revoked?
In Illinois, driving a vehicle while your license is suspended is often times considered a Class A misdemeanor. Driving on a suspended/revoked license can become a felony charge if certain elements are involved. Generally, a person is charged with a Class 4 Felony for driving on a revoked license when the defendant’s license is revoked or suspended due to a prior DUI conviction.
Other elements that will elevate the misdemeanor charge to a felony charge may also include causing bodily injury or death while driving on a suspended/revoked license. If it is found that your license was suspended at the time you are arrested for a DUI, you may be charged with aggravated driving under the influence, which is a Class 4 felony.
If you are charged with a felony for driving while license suspended/revoked in Illinois, and one of these circumstances above applies to you and your case, you will be facing severe consequences including potential jail or prison time. It is absolutely vital that you immediately contact an experienced attorney in order to achieve the best possible outcome.
Being charged with a felony for driving while license suspended/revoked can result in serious consequences. In order to attempt to prevent jail time, a potential conviction and/or a permanent stain on your record, it is important to contact an attorney as soon as possible. Our defense team is experienced in handling these kinds of cases, and we can help you fight for your rights.
Get Answers To Your Questions
If you have been charged with a felony for driving while your license is suspended/revoked, you need to speak with an experienced attorney right away. Our team can answer the following questions and guide you through your individual case:
- What penalties will I face?
- How long do I have to wait for my license to be reinstated?
- Will I face jail time?
- What fees will I have to pay?
- How should I prepare for court?
- What fines will I have to pay?
If you have these, or any other questions regarding your felony charge, contact our team immediately and our experienced attorneys will provide you with a free consultation.
Reach Out To Our Defense Team Today For A Fast Response
Contact our team right away and our experienced and client-centered attorneys will provide you with a free consultation. Call 312-766-4223 or connect online by using our request form. Our founding attorney speaks fluent Russian, making us capable of serving you in either the English or Russian language.