Revoked License Lawyer in Maryland-Baltimore, Maryland Traffic Ticket Attorney

Maryland License Revocation 

If you accumulate 12 or more points on your driving record in a two-year span, the Maryland MVA will revoke your driving privileges. This means your license is gone, not merely suspended. For instance, if your license is ever reinstated you will need to re-apply all over again.

If you receive a revocation letter from the MVA you have two options: turn your license over to the MVA either by mail or in person, or request a hearing to show cause why your Maryland driving privilege should not be revoked.

If your Maryland driver’s license was revoked due to driving under the influence, then you must attend an Alcohol Education Program before applying for a new license. The program is meant to ensure that you avoid any future alcohol-related traffic troubles.

Maryland Transportation Statute Section 16-303 deals with driving on a revoked license and includes potentially harsh punishment. The penalty for driving on a revoked license is up to 12 months in jail, $1,000 fine, and 12 points on your license.

If you’ve been charged with driving on a revoked license or a facing a revocation hearing before the MVA, don’t panic.  I’ve handled thousands of Maryland driving on revoked license cases and hearings.

Call me at 301-563-9575 or 1-877-566-2408 for a free consultation. I’m an experienced Maryland traffic ticket lawyer and I’d be happy to help. I practice traffic law throughout the entire State of Maryland, including Annapolis, Glen Burnie, Ellicott City, Hyattsville, Largo, Gaithersburg, and Beltsville.