Don’t let a Massachusetts Criminal Charge Ruin your Life!

Charged with Operating on a Suspended License or other Criminal Motor Vehicle Charge in Massachusetts?

Being arrested on an Operating on a Suspended License charge is a difficult and humiliating experience, and I sympathize with what you are going through. In many cases, a person may not have been aware that their license was under suspension. If you’ve received a few speeding tickets that you haven’t paid, and maybe you’ve moved so the registry paperwork never caught up with you, I’m sure you were shocked to find yourself being arrested or summons to court on a criminal charge.

Driving on a suspended license may not sound like a serious offense, but it is a criminal charge and must be taking seriously. A guilty plea or verdict on the Massachusetts criminal charge of operating on a suspended license carries with it potentially serious penalties which depend on the reason your license was originally suspended. The penalty may include fines of up to $10,000, and 60 days  to 2 1/2 years in jail.

Driving on a Suspended License Defense Strategies

Fortunately, there are a number of things I can do to try to beat a Driving on a Suspended License charge, and keep your record clean.

I may employ defense motions to dismiss on grounds of improper questioning and violation of Miranda rights, or probable cause to stop the vehicle in the first place.

Strategies vary widely from case to case, so please call me to discuss the specifics of your situation, and I’ll offer some recommendations of possible defense strategies. There is never any obligation with a phone call or an initial meeting.

Remember, the sooner you talk to me, the more options I’ll have to fight keep your record clean.

Free Consultation with an Experienced Massachusetts Criminal Defense Lawyer

I am in different courts every day, defending my clients rights and freedom on criminal motor vehicle charges and other criminal matters. If you’ve been charged with Operating on a Suspended License, or any other auto or accident related criminal charge in Massachusetts, such as Negligent Operation of a Motor Vehicle, Operating an Uninsured Vehicle, Leaving the Scene of an Accident, or Reckless Driving, you need someone who will fight for your rights. By calling, you have nothing to lose. I’ll be happy to talk with you and discuss your case before you decide if you want to hire me. Defending people accused of crimes is what I do for a living. Call to set up a free consultation now.