Defense Attorney in Grand Junction, CO

Legal Representation for Driving Under Revocation

Driving under revocation is the act of driving a motorized vehicle that requires a license during a time that your license or privileges of driving were suspended. There are many causes a license can be revoked or suspended, these include:

  • Exceeding points on driving record.
    Points are lost every time you receive a driving infraction or a ticket.
  • Refusing tests during a DUI traffic stop.
  • Over the legal limit for a DUI test during a traffic stop.
  • Beeing convicted of a DUI.
  • Being convicted of serious traffic offenses.
  • Failure to pay traffic fines, fees, or tickets.
  • Failure to pay court-ordered child support.

Consequences of Driving Under Revocation

Driving under revocation (DUR) or driving under suspension (DUS) can lead to some jail time, penalties, and fees.

Penalties for 1st-time offense (non-alcohol)

  • 6 months of jail
  • up to $500 fine
  • Increased suspension/restraint of your license

Penalties for 1st-time drug or alcohol offense

  • 30 days to 1
  • Between $500 – $1000 fine
  • For subsequent convictions, jail time can be increased from 90 days to 2 years.
  • Increased suspension/restraint of your license

Driving With a Suspended License? We Can Help with Your Defense.

If you’ve been accused or charged with driving under revocation, speak with our attorney to begin building your defense. Whether you committed the alleged crime or were accused falsely, our Colorado criminal attorney will build you a strong defense.


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