The reality is that being able to drive is not a luxury but a necessity. There are many ways to lose you driving privileges. There is no way we could explain all the ways to lose your license, we are putting up the “majors” to help you make a decision. We are not saying that you need a lawyer with every traffic offense (although just about all of them are misdemeanors punishable by up to 12 months in jail), we are saying that if you enter a plea thinking that “no points” will not increase your insurance of get it cancelled, you could be wrong, and if you are, it will typically be too late and you won’t be able to go in and modify your plea.
The accumulation of “points” (usually convictions of multiple offenses for a 24 month period) is not the only way to lose your license.
The Department of Driver’s Services is required by law to suspend the privileges of an individual for a conviction of any of the following offenses:
There may be strategies available to keep your license, even for conviction for these sorts of offenses. Call us today at 678-331-3131.