Driving on a Suspended License

Driving on a Suspended License in OrlandoWhile driving on a suspended license may seem like a small infraction, the State of Florida takes them very seriously. Driving on a Suspended License can range from a civil infraction to a felony charge, with possible prison time as a consequence, making it extremely important to consult with an experienced attorney as soon as possible.


This charge is a crime that can be enhanced with each prior charge, meaning while a charge may appear to be a misdemeanor, it could easily become a felony based upon a prior record. Beyond enhancements, a driving on a suspended license offense may also be used to classify you a Habitual Traffic Offender, resulting in a 5 year driver license revocation. Driving on that classification is an additional Felony offense.


This charge may have started with a simple unpaid traffic ticket and can easily snowball into a criminal record, jail time, and loss of license for years. Do not allow yourself to acquire a criminal record, or a horrible driving record simply because you forgot to pay a ticket. Call today for a Free Consultation.


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