Driver’s License Suspension

If you were charged with DUI/DWI or refused a breath test, it may be possible to be eligible for a conditional hardship license that will allow you to get to and from work during the time that your driver's license is suspended. This can be highly beneficial to your life — you can continue going to work while you are facing this serious criminal matter.

Comerford & Saccoccio has more than 30 years of combined criminal defense experience. We are dedicated to protecting the rights of people in Providence and throughout Rhode Island who are at risk of losing their driving privileges. Find out more information about conditional hardship licenses by calling us at 401-354-7256 or toll free at 877-417-3521.

Am I Eligible For A Hardship License?

To be eligible for a conditional hardship license, you must:

A hardship license can be granted after a hearing. Our defense lawyers can represent you at the hardship driver's license hearing, where you will be asked many questions about your employment. You will be required to provide information such as:

  • The times you travel to and from work
  • Your work schedule
  • Your employment history
  • Your employer's name and address

Our attorneys offer highly experienced representation in driver's license hearings and can effectively argue for you to be granted a conditional hardship driver's license. Additionally, we represent people who have been charged with driving on a suspended license, either due to noncompliance with conditional hardship licensing or other matters.

Questions? Call Us For A Free Consultation.

Comerford & Saccoccio can represent you at the administrative hearing to help you obtain a license to get to work. Learn more by calling us today at 401-354-7256 or toll free at 877-417-3521 or by contacting us online.