Driving without a license is not only illegal but a serious offense, and we recommend all of our clients have a valid license to prevent them from getting traffic offenses.
There are three possible reasons why this can take place. Either you have a valid license, but it is not in your possession, meaning you are a licensed driver but do not have the proof; you have never applied for a license or your license has expired; or if your license was canceled, revoked, or suspended by the authorities.
In some situations, you may not need a valid Colorado license, and a list of these cases are listed here.
Challenging a charge for driving without a license is tough. If the evidence presented to a judge is firmly against you, then you may face the consequences for you the violations. You must have proof of your license being on you during the offense to even have a case. However, a seasoned attorney can provide you with helpful resources, speed up the process of the hearings, and possibly even save you money in the long run.
If you believe you have a strong case to counter your recent violation, contact Thomas A Ramunda Jr at South Denver Law in Parker, Co, and we can provide you with options to best tackle the offense.