Driving with a suspended license is more than simply a traffic infraction. It is a crime. It is unlikely that you would find an attorney that would take the case pro bono. If you cannot afford an attorney, the court will appoint one to you free of charge.
You qualify for the services of a public defender. When you go to court ask for an attorney and the court will appoint the public defender's office. You need to stop driving. The third driving with a suspended license charge can be made a felony, if you meet certain criteria.
The pro bono attorney you seek is the public defender. You will not get an aggressive criminal defense attorney, other than the public defender, for free. Not signing will not defeat the case.
R. Jason de Groot, Esq., 386-337-8239