Fighting a Suspended License

Many states uphold the belief that owning a driver’s license is a privilege, not an inalienable right. As a result of this belief, your Tennessee driver’s license can be suspended or revoked due to several circumstances. However, an experienced suspended license attorney could help you get back in the driver’s seat.

Early Reinstatement

Every license revocation and suspension is different: some people are forced to wait to reinstate their license, others must complete things like alcohol counseling to gain access to reinstatement. In either situation, talking to a trusted driver’s license attorney can help you identify if you’re license is eligible for early reinstatement.

Restricted License

If your license is not eligible for early reinstatement, an attorney can help you make a case for a restricted license. With a Tennessee restricted license, you’ll only be allowed to travel to work, school, home, and other key locations.

Steps to obtaining a restricted license may include:

  • Obtain a certified order from an eligible court signed by a Judge;
  • Obtain SR-22 from liability insurance company (for those convicted of DUI, driving without a license, driving on a suspended license, and more);
  • Pay license and application fee;
  • Installing ignition interlock device (for those convicted of DUI).

Need Help Getting Back on the Road?

If you or a loved one have had your license suspended or revoked, the Law Office of Joseph Fanduzz can help. We can determine if your suspended or revoked license is eligible for reinstatement, and if not, we can determine if you are eligible to receive a restricted license. Once we determine eligibility, we could then help you through the process to get you back in the driver’s seat.

Call (865) 896-9971 now to set up a consultation concerning your driver’s license!

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