Monday, March 17, 2014

Driving With a Suspended, Revoked, Canceled or Refused License Lawyer, Maryland, MD - Attorney G. Randolph Rice, Jr.

Driving with a Suspended, Revoked, Canceled or Refused Driver's License in Maryland (MD)

If you have been issued tickets in Maryland for:

Attorney Randolph Rice is located in Baltimore Maryland that has been representing clients for years that have been charged with driving on a suspended, revoked, canceled and refused driver's license. He is a former Assistant State's Attorney with hundreds of trials under his belt.  He represents clients in the following Maryland counties and cities:

  • Baltimore County;
  • Baltimore City;
  • Harford County;
  • Howard County
  • Anne Arundel County; and
  • Ocean City, Maryland.
In Maryland, for the State to prove you were driving with a suspended, canceled, revoked or refused license, they must prove a number of elements.
  1. That you were actually the one driving the vehicle;
  2. That you license was suspended, revoked, canceled, or refused; and
  3. That you had knowledge that your license was suspended, revoked, canceled or refused.
These are all trial issues that the Law Offices of G. Randolph Rice, Jr., will present to the State's Attorney's Office and the Judge.

Call the office at 410-288-2900 for immediate legal help.

Driving suspended, revoked, canceled, refused in Maryland FAQ

Q: How do I know what I am charged with?

A: Look on the ticket print out from the police officer or visit the Maryland Judiciary Case Search, and enter your name to find your tickets.  On the tickets or the case search you are looking for the code: "16-303"  The letter that comes after that code number is the section of the Maryland Transportation Article you are being charged with.

Q: What are the charges based on the section of the transportation code I am charged?

A: These are the sections of the Transportation Article:
  • 16-303(a) - Driving with a refused license;
  • 16-303(b) - Driving with a canceled license;
  • 16-303(c) - Driving with a suspended license generally;
  • 16-303(d) - Driving with a revoked license;
  • 16-303(e) - Driving with a canceled license by another State;
  • 16-303(f) - Driving with a suspended license by another State;
  • 16-303(g) - Driving with revoked license by another State;
  • 16-303(h) - Driving with a suspended license under certain provisions; or
  • 16-303(i) - Driving with a suspended license by another State under certain provisions.
Q: What is the maximum penalty for driving with a suspended, revoked, canceled or revoked license in Maryland?

A: The maximum penalties are:
  • 16-303(a) - Driving with a refused license; - 1 year in jail.
  • 16-303(b) - Driving with a canceled license; - 1 year in jail.
  • 16-303(c) - Driving with a suspended license generally; - 1 year in jail.
  • 16-303(d) - Driving with a revoked license; - 1 year in jail.
  • 16-303(e) - Driving with a canceled license by another State; - 1 year in jail.
  • 16-303(f) - Driving with a suspended license by another State; - 1 year in jail.
  • 16-303(g) - Driving with revoked license by another State; - 1 year in jail.
  • 16-303(h) - Driving with a suspended license under certain provisions; - 60 days in jail.
  • 16-303(i) - Driving with a suspended license by another State under certain provisions; - 60 days in jail.
Who should I call if I am facing these types of charges?
Call attorney Randolph Rice at (410) 288-2900 for immediate traffic ticket help.


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