Driver’s License Suspension / Revocation

Being arrested while driving with a suspended or revoked driver's license can create an enormous amount of difficulty for you. At the Law Offices of Leonard R. Morgan, I understand that, in some cases, people may have not even realized that they were driving with a suspended or revoked license when charged.

Depending on your particular circumstances, prior convictions and the number of suspensions, you may be facing the possibility of a felony conviction.

Drivers License Suspension Revocation

Driver’s License Suspension Verses Revocation

The suspension is having your license taken away for a period before it is returned to you. You may be required to pay a suspension termination fee to get it back. Revocation terminates your license indefinitely or for a specified amount of time.

Once the revocation period is over, you must re-apply to the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) to obtain a new license and pay a permit re-application fee. Your application may be denied if you have a bad driving record or fail to meet other DMV requirements.

Driving with a suspended or revoked license is a criminal offense in Texas. Contact the driver’s license suspension/revocation attorney Leonard R. Morgan he may be able to assist you.

You have the right to fight to keep your driving privileges and insurance premiums as low as possible.

Contact me today at (512) 686-6562 to schedule your free consultation so that I may further discuss your options. I am available 24 hours a day seven days a week.