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Traffic License Revocation

Milwaukee Traffic Offenses Lawyer

Speeding, Operating After Revocation, Reckless Driving, License Revoked or Suspended, Ticket or Citation, Fine or Points

A traffic ticket can lead to serious consequences. If you have been charged with speeding or any traffic offense, we can work for reduced charges, try to stop your insurance rates from going up, minimize the points that are assessed, and do everything possible to protect your driving record. We are experienced traffic ticket lawyers who will work hard to get you results.

We can help you protect your insurance rates, stay out of jail, and reduce the pint loss on your license. If you don't retain an experienced Milwaukee traffic lawyer from Ritter Law Office, LLP, there's a good chance you'll end up paying more in the long run.

We can assist you with any of the following:

  • All traffic violations
  • OWI defense
  • Speeding tickets
  • Driving on suspended/revoked license
  • License reinstatement
  • Commercial and occupational licenses
  • Habitual traffic offenders (HTO)
  • Commercial/Occupational licenses

If you operate a commercial vehicle, you know how crucial it is to keep your license. Your employment may depend on your ability to drive a car or truck. If you fear that you may lose your commercial driver's license, we will do everything possible to protect you and your employment status.

Driving After Revocation in Wisconsin

In Wisconsin, driving after revocation refers to operating a motor vehicle while your driving privileges have been revoked. If you are caught driving after your license has been revoked for the first time, it is considered a misdemeanor offense.

The penalties for a first offense may include fines ranging from $50 to $2,500 and/or a maximum jail sentence of one year. Additionally, your vehicle may be subject to impoundment.

On the other hand, driving while suspended is punishable by a fine between $50 and $200. The difference between license suspension and license revocation is that a suspended license means that your license is still valid but you are not allowed to drive for a specific period until the suspension is lifted, while a revoked license involves the permanent withdrawal of your driving privileges.

Habitual Traffic Offenders

An HTO finding can cause you to lose your license for five years. We can challenge an HTO finding and even open up old cases to reduce your points and minimize your charges.


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