DUI Law | License Suspension



License suspension is one of the most inconvenient consequences of a California DUI arrest or conviction, but a license suspension could also result from other violations such as having an outstanding warrant, having no car insurance, or failure to pay fines. 

Once your license is suspended you will no longer be able to make simple trips to the grocery store or to a friend's house. What's worse is that even driving to work and school is off limits. A suspended license can cause a lot of problems, especially for those who have no other means of transportation. 

Unfortunately, a majority of people who get a DUI will have their license suspended. License suspension can range from 30 days to many years depending on several factors. If you continue to drive while your license is suspended, you could be charged and convicted of "driving on a suspended license." "Driving on a suspended license" is a misdemeanor crime that bears heavy fines and serious penalties including jail time. 

The Law Offices of Lucy Zheng can help you avoid and fight a license suspension resulting from a DUI, unpaid fines, or even a failure to pay for child support. Our goal is to help clients avoid a license suspension. Even if your license has already been suspended, we can help get your license reinstated.

Although it's not always possible to avoid a license suspension, the Law Offices of Lucy Zheng has the skill, dedication, and experience necessary to provide you with the best chance of avoiding a license suspension. Contact us today for a consultation and case evaluation.