Your state's department of motor vehicles can suspend a driver's license for a variety of reasons, including driving under the influence (DUI/DWI/OUI), driving without insurance, receiving too many moving violations, tickets or points, failure to pay child support and failure to pay a court-ordered fine. There may be ways to avoid having your driver's license suspended or to get it reinstated once it's been suspended or revoked. A criminal defense attorney who has experience representing clients in driver's license suspension cases can explain your legal options. Your lawyer can also advocate on your behalf in court, working to keep your license from being suspended or advocating for a brief suspension.
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