Driving While License Invalid in Fort Worth

Charged with driving with an Invalid License?

If you’re caught driving without a driver’s license or with an invalid license in Fort Worth, you can be charged with a misdemeanor. You’re probably going to end up paying fines, and if you’re license has already been suspended, it is possible that you’ll have the suspension extended.

Whatever else may happen, you’re not going to be allowed to leave the scene behind the wheel of your car. If you feel as if you’re driving out of necessity, you may want to obtain an occupational license while your license is suspended.

If a court decides that you were willfully driving with a license suspension, you could be charged with a Class C misdemeanor, which is punishable by a fine. If your license was suspended due to a DWI conviction, your punishment can be compounded, and you may even serve jail time.

Whatever the case, if you’re caught driving with an invalid license in Fort Worth, an attorney with experience in traffic law can help you with both consulation and representation.

Contact Us
    
At Hawkins & Walker, PC, our mission is to provide clients with quality legal services and personalized attention. We offer affordable fees, payment plans and flat fee pricing in many cases.  We also offer a free consultation so there is no charge for the initial meeting with an experienced traffic attorney.

For more information, or to schedule an appointment with one of our knowledgeable Fort Worth, Tarrant County, traffic attorneys, please contact us today.