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Boise Suspended Driver's License Lawyer

One of the consequences of a DUI is suspension of your driver's license. Not being able to drive a car is a serious matter in western Idaho. So people drive in spite of being suspended. A first conviction or guilty plea on a charge of driving without privileges carries a jail sentence of from two to 180 days, a fine and a six-month suspension tacked on to the existing suspension. The penalties escalate to a maximum of one year in jail and two years' tacked-on suspension for third and later offenses.

J. Scott Dowdy — A Kuna, Idaho, Lawyer Who Works To Mitigate The Effect Of A Driving Without Privileges Charge

Conceivably, then, a defendant could be suspended for years. To avoid this fate, it is necessary to consult an experienced and skilled Boise suspended license lawyer such as J. Scott Dowdy.

The consequences of a driving without privileges charge as set out in the Idaho statutes are terrifying, but with the help of an experienced driving without privileges attorney they can be mitigated. Prosecutors are amenable to bringing lesser charges that will not result in serial suspensions and potential jail time.

J. Scott Dowdy will work to get these results for a reasonable flat fee.

Contact A Nampa Driving Without Privileges Attorney At Dowdy Law Office

In order to prevent a charge of driving without privileges stretching into a lengthy suspension —possibly over years — or other bad effects including a steep rise in your insurance rates and problems with your SR-22 certification of financial responsibility, consult a Boise suspended driver's license attorney: J. Scott Dowdy. Contact Dowdy Law Office online or at 208-922-7683 to set up an initial consultation.

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