This afternoon I got a client's Operating After Revocation charge amended so he avoided the mandatory two-year prison sentence and instead will serve just nine months and a day. The law deals very harsh consequences to people who are caught operating after their licenses have been revoked.  

In this case, my client was caught by police as he drove to the grocery store to buy milk for his young son. True, he should not have been driving without a license, but two years for driving to the store would have been unreasonable. 

AuthorJonathan Handelman