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Lebanon Driver’s License Suspension Lawyer
A license suspension is an enormous disruption to any driver’s life. Without a license, many people face difficulties getting to work, taking their children to school, or simply enjoying their favorite activities.
If you are facing a driver’s license suspension, Henry & Beaver, LLP, can help you protect your rights and your freedom. Our criminal defense attorneys have decades of experience handling suspension issues. When you schedule a consultation at our Lebanon law firm, one of our lawyers will meet with you one-on-one to discuss your case and prepare an effective strategy.
Effectively Handling Driver’s License Suspension Issues
The state of Pennsylvania calls for lengthy suspensions for a variety of offenses, most notably drunk driving. Other reasons include breath test refusal, reckless driving; as well as gaining too many points on a license, and violating insurance laws.
If your driver’s license has been suspended by the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, we can help you challenge the issue at an administrative hearing. We will prepare extensively in the time leading up to the hearing; along with working closely with you to develop an effective legal strategy.
Commercial Driver’s License Holders
If you carry a commercial driver’s license, it is even more important that you work with an attorney to challenge your license suspension. The laws surrounding the suspension of a CDL are even more strict than those governing other licenses. To make matters worse, your CDL can be affected even if your alleged offense occurred in a noncommercial vehicle.
Without your CDL, your livelihood is at stake. Give us the opportunity to protect your career and your income.