Driving with a Revoked or Suspended License
In California, it is against the law to drive with a revoked or suspended license and you had knowledge of the suspension or revocation. The prosecutor can prove “knowledge” merely by showing that the DMV sent you mailed notification of the revocation or suspension.
Driving with a suspended or revoked license is not a trivial matter. It can have devastating consequences, including jail time, significant fines, and a stain on your driving and criminal records. It can also lead to you being classified as a “habitual driving offender,” which can lead to the revocation of your driving privilege in California. If you were on probation at the time you were caught driving with a suspended license, which is so often the case after a DUI conviction, the prosecutor can file a “Probation Violation” case against you which may result in your revocation of probation and in your imprisonment.
Robert Ernenwein, an expert and experienced Los Angeles criminal defense lawyer, has over 30 years of experience defending persons accused of Arson. Mr. Ernenwein is a former Los Angeles Deputy District Attorneys and is Certified as a Criminal Law Specialist by the California State Bar Board of Legal Specialization. He has been named as a “Super Lawyer” by Los Angeles Magazine and has appeared as a legal analyst on multiple cable news programs, including Fox News.
The experience and capabilities Robert Ernenwein will bring to your Arson Defense are unmatched. Our extensive experience and knowledge give us the tools we need to successfully challenge a charge of driving with a suspended or revoked license.