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Operating a Vehicle with a Suspended License

In Massachusetts, if you are found to be operating a motor vehicle with a suspended driver’s license, you may be facing serious legal consequences. As such, a strong legal team will be imperative in the fight to lower or even drop these charges altogether. Without a successful defense, the resulting legal penalties could not only adversely affect your personal life, but the future of your professional career as well.

What the Prosecution Must Prove

A Massachusetts defense attorney with experience fighting for those accused of driving with a suspended license will likely have the knowledge and tools necessary to help. Furthermore, the prosecution will attempt to prove that you were involved in any of the following:

  • Operation of a motor vehicle
  • Involvement of suspended or revoked license
  • Reception of notice of suspended or revoked license

Regardless, these allegations must be proven in order for a defendant to be found guilty. Maintaining a strong defense against the prosecution will give you the best possible chances of avoiding fines and jail time. If you have been accused of operating a vehicle with a suspended license, an experienced Cape Cod defense attorney may be able to represent you.

Contact a Cape Cod Defense Attorney

Why risk your future when you can seek the help of a skilled member of our criminal defense team? For a more in depth discussion of your situation, contact the Cape Cod law offices of James Powderly at 508-343-0676.