Driving Without a License Might Equal Suspension

Colorado Defense Attorneys for People Charged With Driving on a Suspended License

Helping You Keep Your License and Stay Out of Jail

Did you know that driving without a license or driving on a suspended or revoked license can result in more jail time than a DUI? You also face re-suspension of your driver's license, making your situation even worse.

If you have been caught driving without a license in the Denver metro area, seek legal help from an experienced traffic defense lawyer at Shazam Kianpour & Associates, P.C. We have experience defending against both misdemeanor and felony traffic violations, including helping clients reinstate their driving privileges (or even get a "red license" so they can get to work, school, the market, or just pick up their kids). Let us help you minimize consequences and get back on the road legally.

Your Defense Starts Here — Call 303-578-4036

At Shazam Kianpour & Associates, P.C., we represent clients who have been charged with driving on a suspended or revoked driver's license. Our clients have been previously convicted of a drunk driving or have been labeled as a habitual traffic offender and lost their license as a result. Sometimes, a driver cannot get a license because of an unresolved traffic issue in another state.

Whatever your situation, our lawyers will take immediate action to help avoid harsh penalties and consequences. Attorney Shazam Kianpour has represented hundreds of clients in traffic cases, and our other lawyers have extensive experience as well. We know how to negotiate with prosecutors to lessen the suspension period or keep you out of jail. We may also be able to help you obtain a limited license for purposes of work and school.

Contact Shazam Kianpour & Associates, P.C., Today

To discuss your defense options after a driving on a revoked license charge, call our firm's 24-hour telephone number 303-578-4036 or contact our attorneys online. We are available at any time for people throughout Colorado. We offer free initial consultations to discuss the charge and legal options.