As a driver, at one point, you can find yourself in trouble for certain types of violations. Understanding the different types of violations can help you learn the severity of your case and what precautions to take.
Here’s the difference between a suspended and a revoked license:
- Suspended – this means your driver’s license is temporarily out of service, and you can’t drive with it. Getting caught can lead to penalties and hefty fines.
- Revoked – this means your driver’s license cannot be reinstated. It’s fully canceled. Luckily, a criminal attorney can help you obtain your license again.
Contact O’Derkik, Allred, and Associates today to hire your criminal attorney.