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Your driving privileges were suspended in Pennsylvania.

You thought your time was served and you could get your license back. Now you find out the suspension time never started! PennDOT says you have to wait . . . What can you do?
Reduce development time

A conviction for many traffic offenses can result in a suspension of driving privilege.

A person can also be suspended for a drug conviction or DUI. For some, this leads to suspension time of many months or years. PennDOT takes the position that credit toward getting the suspension time served will only start when you surrender a driver’s license or you submit an acknowledgment of suspension if you don’t have a license.
You may not have to take PennDOT’s answer that you will have to wait months or years for a license.

Joyce & Bittner can review your case, checking your driving history, police contacts in traffic stops and records with PennDOT to pursue legal efforts to get you back credit and get you a license now. Did you send in the license and PennDOT claims they didn’t get it?

Then contact us today for your free consultation - available 24/7

We know what to look for and how to help!

Call us for a free consultation and case evaluation!

310 Grant St #3321, Pittsburgh, PA 15219