More Than 15 Years of Criminal Defense Experience in Englewood
When you are charged with driving while your driver's license is revoked, you face two immediate questions: 1) should you hire qualified legal help and, if so, 2) when?
The answers are simple and make sense — yes, and as soon as possible.
A conviction for driving while your license is revoked or suspended carries harsh legal consequences. Your defense will be most effective if it is crafted by an experienced criminal defense attorney who can quickly begin to investigate your case and advocate for your rights.
Have you been charged with driving while your driver's license is revoked or suspended? Contact attorney Alan Liebowitz as soon as possible for experienced legal help by calling us at 201-266-5546. As a skilled driving on a suspended license attorney in Bergen County, he provides sound legal advice and aggressive defense to criminal charges.
What Are the Consequences for Driving With a Suspended License?
Legal consequences for driving while your license is suspended in New Jersey are serious, and can include:
- Fines of up to $1000 or more
- Additional license suspension
- New Jersey driving points
- Jail time for multiple offenses
Consequences are increased if a conviction for driving while your license is suspended (DWS) or revoked is accompanied by a conviction for driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
Experienced Criminal Defense Counsel
At the Englewood, New Jersey, law office of Alan M. Liebowitz, Esquire, we have handled hundreds of criminal cases in addition to cases involving motor vehicle and traffic violations. When you call us, we can investigate your case and formulate your defense. The sooner you contact our criminal defense firm, the sooner we can:
- Determine the reason and circumstances that led to your initial license revocation
- Analyze police procedures to ensure your rights were not violated
- Begin the process of proving your innocence and minimizing your legal consequences
Mr. Liebowitz is a member of the Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (ACDL) and can provide effective, aggressive legal representation. He will work to reinstate your license or minimize the penalties in your case.
Contact an Englewood Revoked Driver's License Attorney
If you face charges of driving while your driver's license is revoked, contact the Bergen and Passaic County law office of Alan M. Liebowitz, Esquire LLC. We offer free initial consultations, return calls immediately, are available 24 hours a day, represent Spanish-speaking clients and are conveniently located near the George Washington Bridge and the Lincoln Tunnel. To speak with an Englewood revoked driver's license lawyer at our firm, call 201-266-5546.