Working With You To Restore Your Driving Privileges

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For most of us, driving is a part of our daily routine. Whether we're commuting to work or school, or running errands, a significant portion of adults in Maryland rely on automobiles. However, it can be difficult to fulfill your daily obligations if you have a suspended or revoked license.

At Cooper Law Firm, our attorneys have helped clients deal with matters surrounding suspended or revoked licenses in Silver Spring for years. We've assisted clients throughout the process, from helping some discover why their license was suspended in the first place, to helping them through the reinstatement process.

Taking A Thorough Approach To Your License Reinstatement Process

In Maryland, your license can get suspended for a variety of reasons, from traffic citations to failing to pay child support. Generally, you must satisfy the requirements of the court to get your license reinstated, including paying all associated fines.

Revocation, on the other hand, is considered more serious. Revocations occur due to point accumulations on your record, and require a waiting period before your license can be reinstated, ranging anywhere from six months to 24 months, depending on the amount of revocations you have received. There are numerous requirements you must satisfy before your license can be reinstated, including paying the related fees.

We can provide thorough guidance on the documentation process for reinstatement, and assist you with all the wellness and medical requirements. Our attorneys can help you streamline the process and get you back on the road as quickly as possible, so that you can fulfill your work and other obligations.

Contact Us Today

At Cooper Law Firm, our criminal defense attorneys will work with you to quickly resolve any outstanding issues. Contact us by calling 866-405-0124 or completing the online form to schedule an appointment at our Silver Spring, Maryland, office.