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How to Get Your Suspended or Revoked License Back in Phoenix

There are many reasons that a driver's license could be suspended or revoked in Arizona, and many of these reasons include criminal charges. You could even lose your driving privileges because you racked up too many points due to traffic violations. If you're caught driving without a license, you could face severe penalties. Keep reading to learn more about license suspension, and how to thoroughly overcome charges related to a revoked driver's license.

You could face license suspension for:

Your driver's license could be outright revoked for a conviction of:

If your license has just been confiscated because of a DUI case, you might be able to get a restricted driver's license in the meantime. With this license, you would also have to install an ignition interlock device. This is a sort of built-in Breathalyzer, and to start the car, you will have to path a breath test every single time. In order to succeed in your application for a restricted license, however, you may urgently need the expertise of a skilled criminal attorney.

How to Reinstate a Suspended License

A driver's license suspension can only be lifted by your applying for a reinstatement. You can send an application to the DMV to get your driver's license back. It will cost you at least $10 to do so. If your license was suspended because of a DUI conviction, then it could cost you $50 to reinstate your license.

How to Reinstate a Revoked License

After the allotted period of time has passed, you could send an application for a driver's license. This would start an investigation into your record, then if everything appears in order, you could get a new license. It will cost you at least $20 to get the license reinstated. You might also have to give proof that you have insurance for your car.

Charged with driving on a suspended or revoked license in Phoenix?

There really is no such thing as a minor criminal charge. If this charge turns into a conviction, you could face a jail sentence, criminal fines, and a criminal record. Not to mention, your job or education could be in serious jeopardy, and you can expect a sharp increase in your insurance costs on top of it all. Find out what you could be facing, and how you could beat this charge when you work with the Law Offices of Joshua S. Davidson. You can get the help of a former prosecutor when you call our firm today!

Want to get your life back? Talk to an expungement lawyer in Phoenix!

If you have been convicted of a crime, often the worst penalty of all is living out life with this criminal record. You may be able to get this erased by going through expungement. If you can get an offense expunged (or sealed), this criminal record will virtually disappear from the public's view. In a job interview, you could truthfully say that you have never been convicted of a crime. Talk to our Phoenix criminal defense lawyer today to learn if you are eligible for expungement in Arizona.

For the legal advice you deserve in criminal defense, don't hesitate to contact the Law Offices of Joshua S. Davidson at any time of the day, any day of the week. Ask for your free consultation today!