One of the most common cases in RI District Court is Operating on a Suspended License. It is often a surprise for individuals to learn that a plea to Operating on a Suspended License results in a criminal conviction and will stay on their criminal record for at least five (5) years. It could also prohibit you from expunging your record for any other charges.
A conviction for Operating on a Suspended License can carry serious consequences. For a 1st offense Operating on a Suspended License, a motorist faces a misdemeanor conviction, fine of up to $500, and the possibility of up to 30 days imprisonment. For a 2nd offense Operating on a Suspended License, a motorist faces a misdemeanor conviction, fine of up to $1,000, and up to 1 year in prison! Our attorneys will minimize or even eliminate the Operating on a Suspended License charge from your record so that it will not affect any aspect of your life.
The lawyers at our North Kingstown law firm are well versed in Rhode Island’s law on Operating on a Suspended License. We regularly litigate these matters and have a full understanding of this area of the law so that we can obtain the best results for our clients. Let our experience work for you!
The attorneys at Robert E. Craven & Associates defend Operating on a Suspended License daily. We are often successful in getting the charges dismissed or at least obtaining the lowest possible penalty allowed by law for our clients. We understand that your ability to drive and keeping charges off of your criminal record are extremely important and defending your rights is our number one priority. We can successfully defend your case and will expunge the charge from your record for you! Call our experienced Rhode Island attorneys today for a free consultation.