Occupational and Probationary Limited Licenses

Law Offices of James Crosby Dec. 2, 2020

If you’ve lost your driver’s license because of a traffic violation, DUI, or another suspension in Pennsylvania, one of the first concerns you likely have is about getting to work each day. Even when your license is revoked, you may have options for getting a license to get to and from work or drive during certain hours.

Jim Crosby is an experienced criminal defense lawyer who represents clients throughout the Pittsburgh area. Mr. Crosby handles driver’s license restoration and related issues such as traffic violations, DUI offenses, and more. We take a hands-on approach to working with our clients and try to get a favorable outcome, no matter how tough the situation may seem.

Our lawyers will look at the facts of your case and determine what type of driver’s license you may be eligible for. Moreover, we will work to accelerate the process of getting your license back. Call the Law Offices of James Crosby today to schedule a free consultation about your case.

Occupational Limited License (OLL)

An occupational driver’s license gives individuals who have had their license revoked the ability to drive to and from work and school in Pennsylvania. There are specific criteria that the individual must meet in order to get an occupational driver’s license. Also, this option is not available for drivers of commercial vehicles. We will help determine what you are eligible for and we will work to help you get your license reinstated as quickly as possible.

Probationary Driver’s License

A probationary driver’s license allows you to drive within a certain timeframe during the day, giving you the opportunity to get to work, get your kids from school, and go to and from local stores to obtain the items you need for your basic needs. This is basically a daytime license. In some instances, the probationary driver’s license can be granted for later hours.

Nunc Pro Tunc Appeal

This is a tool that is used by lawyers to file an untimely appeal for summary traffic violations. Not all cases qualify for this relief, but many do. Our lawyers use this tool to help drivers reinstate their vehicle operator privileges. In other words, we reopen your old cases to shorten your overall term suspension.

Schedule Your Free Consultation With Attorney James Crosby

Please contact us to schedule an initial consultation with Jim Crosby. There is no charge for the initial consultation. Located in Murrysville and Pittsburgh, we handle cases throughout Western Pennsylvania.