Commercial Driver’s License Charges
As a commercial driver, much more may depend on your driving record than the normal commuter. Your family may rely on your ability to drive as a source of income. Having a heavy driving schedule makes one more prone to traffic tickets and other moving violations. A Chicago criminal attorney may be able to help you retain your livelihood by preserving your right to drive. Faced with a DUI, moving violation, or reckless driving charge, a commercial driver may feel helpless under the weight of legal requirements and restrictions. Attorneys at the Law Offices of Michael P. Schmiege can help you to understand your charges, and what you can do to minimize the damage to your future income and ability to legally drive.
A Commercial Driver’s License is proof of your professional skill. It may be difficult to defend your ability to safely operate commercial vehicles after a serious traffic violation. It can be even more laborious for someone with a CDL (commercial Driver’s license) to receive a favorable outcome in a DUI case than someone with a Class C license. The laws are written preventatively making it even more necessary for you to enlist the help of a defense attorney. It is imperative to have someone fighting on your side that is well versed in both sides of the law and knows how to challenge the charges brought against you.
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You may have to face consequences regarding your CDL even if you were driving your own vehicle at the time of arrest. Whatever the circumstance of your charges, if your Commercial Driver’s License is in peril, speak with a Chicago criminal attorney from the Law Offices of Michael P. Schmiege immediately. Such cases require the skilled assistance of an attorney from the firm who has experience with solving serious CDL problems and is prepared to aggressively fight on your behalf.
Contact a Chicago criminal defense attorney from the Law Offices of Michael P. Schmiege today if charges have been brought against you which may affect your Commercial Driver’s License.