Protecting Your Driver's Privileges In North Royalton, Ohio

In Ohio, driving while under suspension is a crime, and it is important that you take these charges seriously. You are facing potential penalties of up to 180 days in jail, continued suspension or revocation of your driver's license, steep insurance premium hikes and high fines. A three-day jail stay can be mandatory, even if this is the first time you have ever been charged with a crime.

Individuals accused of speeding or driving under suspension need a lawyer experienced in defending clients against serious traffic crime charges. There are many details about the law that a knowledgeable, experienced lawyer can apply for your benefit. Let us put our experience to work for you.

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Since 1989, the lawyers at Kirner & Boldt Co., L.P.A., have represented clients accused of driving under suspension, driving with no operator's license, speeding tickets, driving without valid insurance, operating a vehicle after imbibing (OVI) and other serious traffic crimes. We are here to provide you with the caring, capable and aggressive protection of your rights that we are known for in the legal and local communities.

Lawyers Who Know The Nuances Of The Law

To best protect yourself from unnecessary fines or other severe consequences, it is critical that you contact a qualified lawyer as soon as possible after your arrest. You may not be aware of technicalities in this complicated area of law that may apply to your specific situation. For instance, if you are charged with "driving under suspension" rather than "guilty of no operator's license," when you truly have no license or your license has been revoked, your case can potentially be dismissed because you have been wrongfully charged.

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Discuss your charge related to driving while under suspended license, speeding or OVI with an experienced attorney by calling our Ohio firm at 440-884-4300. To contact us through email, please complete the brief form below.