Suspended License

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Having your driver’s license suspended can be an extreme hardship and can profoundly restrict your ability to be where you need to be, when you need to be there. Many drivers whose licenses are suspended take a calculated risk to drive anyway, failing to realize the seriousness of the offense. Driving while your license is suspended in Florida is a misdemeanor. If an individual is charged for the first time of operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license it is a second-degree misdemeanor offense. If it is an individual’s second offense for driving with a suspended license the charges will fall under a first-degree misdemeanor. Someone who has been caught three times for driving while their license is suspended can be considered a habitual offender, and faces the possibility of up to 5 years in prison.

Your license can be suspended for a number of reasons:
- Failing to pay a traffic ticket on time
- Failing to attend traffic school
- Failing to pay your child support
- Canceling your auto insurance
- Having too many points on your license.

There are two types of license suspension:
Florida's Driving While License Suspended WITHOUT Knowledge (a civil infraction)
Florida's Driving While License Suspended WITH Knowledge (a criminal infraction)

The criminal defense lawyers at The Reed Law Firm have extensive knowledge and experience defending driver's license suspension charges. Contact us today for a free initial consultation and to see how we can help you get back on the road.
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