Don’t Let A License Suspension Or Revocation Negatively Impact Your Way Of Life
You need your driver’s license and vehicle to get you to and from work so that you can maintain a steady income, pay your bills and cover living expenses. Certain DUI offenses and drug crimes, however, can jeopardize your driving privileges, causing you to lose your license and potentially your financial security along with it.
If you’re concerned that a criminal charge you’re facing could lead to the suspension or revocation of your driver’s license, then your next step should be to talk to attorney Patrick F. Lauer Jr. He has more than 33 years of experience handling a variety of criminal cases. He knows what charges can jeopardize your driving privileges and the right defense strategies to get charges reduced or dismissed altogether.
You Can Fight To Keep Your License. Turn To Patrick F. Lauer.
Just because you’ve been charged with a crime doesn’t mean you have to resign yourself to a conviction. You have the right to defend yourself from the charges against you. If you’re facing a charge for a repeat DUI or drug crimes, then we encourage you to speak to the experienced and skilled defense lawyers at our firm.
We can help you prepare a defense that may lead to reduced or dismissed charges so that you can protect your driving privileges and your livelihood.
Already Have A Conviction? A Limited License May Be Available.
If you’ve already lost your license due to a suspension for a criminal conviction or previous violation, you may be eligible for an occupational limited license (OLL) in Pennsylvania. We can help walk you through this complex process so that you can regain your driving privileges and retain employment.
Contact Us For A Free Consultation
If you’re facing the threat of a license suspension or revocation, timing is everything. Don’t hesitate to take action in order to defend your driving privileges. Contact the Law Offices of Patrick F. Lauer, Jr. LLC, to schedule a free initial consultation. Call or send us an email to arrange a meeting with a lawyer from our Camp Hill office.