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Driving Without A License

Whether you were driving on a revoked license or driving on a suspended license (DUR/DUS), driving without a valid driver’s license is a very serious offense under Colorado law. A conviction for either crime can result in the extension of the revocation or suspension period, additional fines and mandatory jail time. In addition, you could be one step closer to being labeled a habitual traffic offender, which comes with its own set of complications. There is clearly a lot at stake in these cases, and it is critical that you take every possible measure to protect your rights.

At Jurdem, LLC, we offer our clients decades of collective experience in these types of cases. Our Colorado driving without a license lawyers are committed to preserving your driving privileges and keeping you out of jail. We have an excellent reputation with judges and prosecutors built on a mutual respect for each other and the law. These relationships allow us to be much more proactive in our negotiations as we work to resolve the matter in the most beneficial way for you.

A Strong Advocate When Your Rights Are On The Line

Every case is unique, and our experience has proven that there is no single solution that will accommodate every set of circumstances. When you hire our firm, we look at the unique issues surrounding your case in order to determine the best approach to reaching a favorable outcome. In some cases, we may be able to argue that you were not properly notified of the suspension, and that you were not aware that you were not allowed to drive. In others, it may be possible to present your case in a way that allows us to avoid the additional suspension and other potential penalties.

Contact A Boulder Lawyer Committed To A Positive Result

For strong defense designed for maximum results, depend on the attorneys at Jurdem, LLC. You can reach us by phone at 303-800-3509, toll-free at 877-761-7852 or contact us online to schedule a free initial consultation. We accept major credit cards for our clients’ convenience.

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