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Driving Under Suspension (DUS)

Driving Under Suspension (DUS)

Driving Under Suspension (DUS)
Many factors may cause your license to be suspended. You might not know that your license was suspended and/or may have forgotten to pay those pesky speeding tickets or parking tickets. However, it is something the state of South Carolina takes very seriously. Likewise, we take your financial and personal freedom seriously and will help you fight a DUS charge.

South Carolina DUS Defense Attorney
As your attorney for Driving Under a Suspended License cases, serving Spartanburg, Greenville, and Anderson areas, our Victoria Law Firm DUS defense lawyer Zack Farr can help explain your rights and give you options on how to deal with an impending DUS charge.

Free Driving Under Suspicion Consultation
If your license had been suspended, do not wait to hire a lawyer. The Victoria Law Firm can help avoid a charge of Driving Under a Suspended License. We’ll tell you the best way to proceed with a complimentary case evaluation. Call us today so we can begin to fight for your rights.

What You Should Know About Driving Under Suspension
In South Carolina, your driver’s license may be suspended or revoked for a range of reasons and it is considered a crime to drive on a suspended license. A suspension could come from certain criminal convictions, failure to pay child support, and of course owing money to the DMV. The penalty for driving with a suspended license can range from fines to jail time, increasing with each subsequent offense.

First Second Third or Subsequent Offense
A fine of up to $300 and/or up to 30 days in jail.  A fine of up to $600 and/or 60 consecutive days in jail.  A fine of up to $1,000 and/or 90 days or up to 6 months in jail.

Furthermore, you could lose your ability to stay employed, go to school, keep auto insurance, and more. It’s very important that you know your rights and fight to keep your life intact if you’re caught driving on a suspended or revoked license. Our South Carolina criminal defense law firm can help.