Driving While Suspended or Revoked
If you are stopped for driving while your license is suspended or revoked, you are facing strict penalties, including additional license suspension and potential jail time. Your fines and penalties increase for each subsequent offense. If your license is suspended or revoked as a result of a DUI or ARD, the penalties that you are facing are even greater.
If you are stopped for DUI and your license is suspended or revoked, you will be charged with Driving While Suspended or Revoked DUI. This offense is a serious offense that involves mandatory jail time. To be found guilty of this offense, your BAC only needs to be .02%, or you have any amount of Schedule I or nonprescribed Schedule II or III controlled substance or its metabolite, or you are a refusal. For your first offense, you are facing a minimum mandatory of 90 days in jail!
Driving While Suspended or Revoked is not a simple traffic offense. This is a charge that could involve high fines, license suspension, and jail time. Therefore, you should meet with a qualified DUI and traffic attorney like Caterina Saile, Esq, to discuss your case.