Driving with a suspended license is not a simple traffic matter. It is a serious criminal matter that requires the attention of a skilled attorney. The Law Office of Martin D. Kane has 40 years of experience protecting the rights of motorists who have been charged with driving with a suspended license.
The Law Office of Martin D. Kane has provided skilled traffic violation defense services for individuals throughout Queens County, New York, since 1971. Our Queens license suspension lawyer has extensive experience protecting his clients’ driving privileges in criminal court.
What We Do For You In Suspended License Cases
Defense attorney Martin Kane has represented countless New York City motorists over the years. He has found that most people who are driving on a suspended license are doing so accidentally. For example, some clients receive a summons and forget to appear in court. The New York State Department of Motor Vehicles (NYS DMV) claims to send the individuals notices of driver’s license suspension. Traffic stops for speeding, running red lights and other traffic offenses can then result in very serious matters. The motorist, who has been unknowingly driving with a suspended license, is faced with a serious criminal matter. At the very least, the charge is a misdemeanor, resulting in an arrest and fingerprinting. In some cases, the charge is a felony with the possibility of state prison time.
The above is just one of the scenarios our law firm has handled successfully in the past. We also represent people whose license has been suspended due to failure to pay traffic tickets and DWI conviction. If you or a loved one has been arrested for driving on a suspended license, turn to our Queens County criminal defense law firm.
Keeping Such Charges Off Your Criminal Record
The Law Office of Martin D. Kane offers free initial consultations to discuss your options in fighting a charge involving driving on a suspended license. To schedule yours, call us at (718) 793-5700 or contact us online.
We are located directly across from the Queens Criminal Court. If you are in detention and cannot come to our office, we will arrange a consultation at the jail. All major credit cards are accepted. Our office hours are 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., with evening and weekend appointments available.