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The Premier Legal Representation You Need After A Serious Traffic Citation

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Being convicted of a serious traffic violation will leave you with a criminal record that may significantly impact your future. You could potentially be facing jail time, probation, fines, or even the loss of your driving privileges altogether.

At Maronick Law LLC, we don’t want this to happen. The rest of your life shouldn’t be shaped by your actions in one moment. Do what you can to protect your future and speak to one of our experienced attorneys today. We help those in need throughout Maryland.

Call for a free consult to learn how a Baltimore criminal defense lawyer can help you with your serious traffic charge at 410-881-4022.

Experienced Defending All Types Of Common Charges

We have put together defenses for many serious traffic violations, including:

  • Vehicular homicide
  • Vehicular manslaughter
  • Driving on a suspended or revoked license
  • Knowingly driving without insurance
  • Drunk driving
  • Leaving the scene of an accident (hit-and-run)
  • Reckless driving
  • Exhibition of speed

Providing The Vigorous Defense You Require

When going to trial is not the best option, our firm can negotiate with the prosecution to help you gain a favorable plea agreement. However, when going to court is necessary, we will not hesitate to fight for you. From building your case with meticulous care to aggressively protecting your rights in the courtroom, we always aim for the best result possible.

You need an award-winning advocate. Schedule your free confidential case consultation today at 410-881-4022.

In Legal Trouble For Driving Without A License?

Criminal charges for driving without a valid driver’s license may happen by mistake or through a deliberate bypassing of the driver’s licensing laws, such as driving when:

  • Someone has neglected to get an existing driver’s license renewed on schedule.
  • A new resident to Maryland has failed to get a Maryland driver’s license within the mandatory 60-day limit.
  • Someone’s driver’s license has been suspended or revoked because of a DUI conviction or other reasons.
  • A young person, an undocumented alien or anyone else has never had a driver’s license.

Driving in any of these circumstances in Maryland can result in arrest, jail time, a criminal record, fines and penalties, and difficulty obtaining a driver’s license (or renewal).

Were you charged with driving without a license? Don’t face these allegations alone. Contact Maronick Law LLC now to schedule a free consultation. Call 410-881-4022.

What Are Maryland’s Driving Without A License Laws?

Even if accidental, driving without a valid Maryland driver’s license is a criminal offense. Often, a driver knows their license has been suspended or revoked. They have been unable to get a license for some reason, such as a failed vision test, but decide to take the risk of operating a motor vehicle anyway. Driving without a license (DWOL) and driving on a suspended license are nearly always serious offenses.

If you have been accused of an infraction, you risk:

  • Jail time
  • Fines and other penalties
  • Loss of driving privileges, possibly for years or indefinitely

A minor caught driving without a driver’s license will likely lose the chance to obtain one legally for an extended length of time, as well as incurring other penalties. A commercial driver’s license (CDL) may be impossible to obtain or keep with a DWOL or driving on a suspended license violation.

Get Aggressive And Knowledgeable Legal Counsel After An Arrest For DWOL

The sooner you have a skilled defense lawyer on your side, the more options you may have for resolving your case satisfactorily. In all cases, your goals will be to preserve your ability to get a driver’s license; prevention of a criminal record; avoidance of jail time; and reduction or reversal of costly fines and other penalties.

Maronick Law LLC offers free initial consultations for DWOL and dedication to your short-term and long-term best interests. Call 410-881-4022 or email us through this website to arrange a conversation with our firm. We will review your options and move you toward a positive resolution.

With eight offices across the state, we represent clients anywhere in Maryland, including Glen Burnie, Baltimore, Ocean City, Hartford and Towson.

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