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ENM Law News: No jail time for 1543(a) violator

Friday, June 30th, 2017

Traffic tickets can often have relatively minor consequences, but in certain cases those same traffic tickets can have major consequences involving mandatory jail sentences. One such ticket is a violation of 1543(a) for driving with a suspended license. A first conviction usually results in a fine and an additional license suspension. But subsequent convictions can lead to jail sentences and a sixth or subsequent convictions leads to a mandatory sentence of 30 days to 6 months of incarceration.

A recent client came to Attorney McAllister facing the most serious sentence for a 1543(a) charge: a mandatory jail sentence of 30 days to 6 months. Attorney McAllister took the case and worked hard to negotiate a deal for this client that did not include ANY jail time. Attorney McAllister’s representation made a huge difference in this client’s case. If you’re facing a mandatory jail sentence for a 1543(a) violation in Berks County, you need an attorney who knows how to get you the best results. Contact our Reading, PA criminal law attorneys at 610-372-5128 or email us at

ENM Law News: Reduced Penalty for Speeding Ticket in Berks County

Wednesday, October 22nd, 2014

A client was ticketed for driving 82 mph in a 55 mph zone.  Our attorneys were able to convince the police officer to change the violation to 5 mph over the speed limit.  This amended violation resulted in a reduced fine and drastically reduced the number of license points that the client received.  This was a crucial change because the accrual of 6 license points results in sanctions for the license holder.  You don’t have to automatically plead guilty when you receive a traffic ticket in the mail.  Instead, contact us to see if we can help.  Call (610) 372-5128.

Driving Under a Suspended License Charge Dismissed in Berks County Court

Thursday, June 14th, 2012

Today I represented a client charged with a 1543(a) – DUS/ non-DUI related for an alleged incident in Wyomissing, PA. A conviction would have meant a one year suspension of his PA driver’s license as well as fines and court costs.

Fortunately, I was able to secure a dismissal of the charge at the district court level. My client will suffer no license suspension and owes no fines.

We frequently represent individuals facing traffic discount Emergency Shelter tickets and license suspension in Berks County, Pennsylvania. In recent months we have begun to expand our traffic law practice to neighboring counties such as Lancaster, Chester, Montomery and Lehigh. Call our office today for a consultation on regarding your Pennsylvania vehicle code citation.