Driving on a Suspended License

grover law firm driving on suspended license The Reality of Driving on a Suspended License

Being charged with driving while suspended or revoked can have a severe impact on your life including significant fines, jail time and the loss of your driving privileges. In Kansas, a driving while suspended or revoked conviction carries a minimum mandatory five days in jail time and can cause further suspension of your driving privileges. In Missouri, you face potential jail time and additional loss of license as well. In order to avoid jail time and to protect your driving privileges, contact the Grover Law Firm for a free initial consultation.

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If you get a speeding ticket, you are likely to get slapped with a hefty fine, points on your license and a possible increase on your auto insurance premium. Grover Law provides free quotes for traffic tickets.

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We offer a free case evaluation to help you determine whether a lawsuit should be filed. Any information which you provide to our law firm when completing the online evaluation form is treated as strictly confidential.

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DWI and DUI Attorney

If you’ve been arrested for a DUI (Kansas) or DWI (Missouri), it is in your best interest to contact an experienced DWI or DUI attorney immediately. Being charged with a DUI/DWI can have a severe impact on your life.

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