Chester County Habitual Offender LawyerIf PennDOT determines you are a “habitual offender,” your driver’s license will be revoked instead of suspended.

Habitual Offender Lawyer in Chester, Montgomery, Philadelphia, Delaware, Lancaster, Berks and Bucks County Pennsylvania

PennDOT will revoke your Pennsylvania Driver’s License for a period of 5 years if you have 3 or more convictions of the following offenses:

  1. Drunk driving
  2. DUI penalties (including ARD)
  3. Driving under suspension
  4. Racing on the highways
  5. Accidents involving death or personal injury
  6. Accidents involving damage to attended vehicle or property
  7. Homicide by vehicle
  8. Aggravated assault by vehicle
  9. Fleeing or attempting to elude police
  10. Driving without lights to avoid identification or arrest
  11. Reckless driving.

Each additional offense committed while you are considered a habitual offender will result in a revocation for an additional 2-year period.

Pennsylvania Driver’s License Revocation in Chester, Montgomery, Philadelphia, Delaware, Lancaster, Berks and Bucks County

A revocation of driver’s license is a very serious matter. If you received a driver’s license revocation, you should immediately talk to an attorney to see whether the driver’s license revocation should be appealed and whether something can be done to reduce the number of convictions, thereby removing you from habitual offender status.

For a free initial consultation of a driver’s license revocation, please call the Law Offices of  Michelle A. Fioravanti at 484-876-1543 or contact us.  As your license suspension lawyer, we will provide experienced and aggressive representation you can trust. Your license suspension case is important, and it will receive the personal attention it deserves.