Juvenile Suspended Driver's License
In the State of California there may be numerous reasons why your license could be suspended. Some of these reasons include:
- Underage Drinking
- Accumulating too many points on your license
- Refusal to take a breath test if stopped
As a parent of teenagers we often find ourselves worrying continuously about our children and the ‘trouble' they may get into.
So, if your child finds themselves in a legal dilemma it can be very stressful for the entire family. At a time like this you want the very best legal representation you can find, so it is important in the Los Angeles area to contact the Law Offices of Cron, Israels & Stark.
Our juvenile crimes defense attorneys know knows what it takes to gather and challenge the facts to defend your rights.
Without your license, how are you going to get to and from your work each day, running everyday errands or just going out with your friends? In this day and age we depend on our vehicle for many things and if your license is suspended, it can create not just a small hardship, it can have a disastrous effect on your life. Your future record could be affected by a license suspension, even when it occurs as a minor.
What if I Continue to Drive While my License is Suspended?
If you are caught driving while your license is suspended, the penalties move up in severity depending on whether you have had previous suspensions.
Lesser penalties range from 5 days to 6 months in jail and a fine from $300-$1,000. From there it jumps to 10 days – one year in jail and fines up to $2,000. These terms could be increased depending on the circumstances of the suspension, like also driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
California Business and Professions Code 25661 defines the crime of minors having possession of a fake ID.
Call our office for a free initial consultation so our firm can explain all the pertinent facts in language you can clearly understand.
Our office will make every effort to bring your child the best possible outcome for their charges. Contact us if your son or daughter has had their license suspended and you don't know where to turn for help.