There are numerous reasons why a license might be suspended. Some are related to specific driving offenses, while others may be due to a violation of specific Pennsylvania laws. Some of the most common reasons include DUI convictions, excessive moving violations, driving without insurance or without a license, and even failure to stop for a bus.
However, there are numerous other reasons a person's license might be suspended, including how they treat receipt of a ticket from the court. Suspensions can occur either through non-attentiveness after receipt of a ticket, or, to the contrary, being ultra-attentive and responsive upon receipt of the ticket. What do we mean? As part of a three part series, stay tuned for next week's blog detailing the danger of non-attentiveness after receipt of a ticket.
NOTICE: If you're license has been suspended or you're facing the potential of a license suspension, the attorneys at Howland Hess O'Connell are available today to help you. Michael Cassidy is very experienced with the Motor Vehicle Code, Penndot's schedule of penalties, and, most importantly the police officers and judicial system that handle these citations. Competent legal advice can save money (in fines, costs, and higher insurance premiums), and quite frequently, the loss of your driver's license.
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