Driving Under Suspension? We Can Help

Traffic violations have a way of piling up and coming back to haunt South Carolina drivers. A speeding ticket that seemed like no big deal at the time combined with subsequent violations can result in a suspended driver's license if gone undefended. Unfortunately, the need to drive to work, the grocery store and church do not go away once your license is suspended.

If you have been cited for driving under suspension, you need to realize the severity of your predicament: You are at risk for habitual offender charges as well as a license revocation. To limit the damage from the charges against you and restore your driving privileges, it is in your best interests to consult a knowledgeable attorney.

Attentive Service And Thorough Representation

Traffic violations may not be the glitziest area of defense practice, but for individuals and families who rely on a driver's license it is arguably the most important. At Aaron & Aaron, our lawyers understand how important your driver's license is and will do everything in our power to get you back on the road.

Early Intervention Is Key

In any traffic violations case, it is important to intervene early and take care of the issues at hand in order to limit future damage. Sadly, many license suspensions are completely unnecessary and are the result of unpaid speeding tickets. Just like failure to take care of speeding tickets can lead to a suspension and driving under suspension, failure to handle your current situation properly can lead to even more severe consequences such as jail time.

Contact our Clemson attorneys for skilled representation for driving under suspension charges.