A valid Ohio Driver's License is mandatory for the operation of a motor vehicle. Judges, the Ohio BMV, and even certain insurance companies can suspend your license to drive for a set period of time or until all imposed conditions are met.
Not all license suspensions are the same.
Some license suspension convictions carry mandatory jail time, and others require immobilization of your vehicle. All driving under suspension tickets carry potential points on your driver's license. Fines range from $0 to $1,000.
Ohio attorney Brandon Shroy has been a prosecutor and criminal defense attorney for 12 years and frequently represents clients in Franklin County, Delaware County, Licking County, Fairfield County, Pickaway County, Madison County and Union County. Let him use his extensive knowledge of traffic law to get you back on the road.