Driving with License Suspended or Invalid
Although a misdemeanor, this type of offense can cause a downward spiral of problems. For example, if someone is charged with DWLS because of a second charge of no driver's license, the case would be a class C misdemeanor; basically just a traffic ticket. However, if this person is charged again, it would be a class B misdemeanor carrying up to 6 months in jail and an additional suspension period. Or if the person's license is suspended because of a DWI conviction and the person is on probation, it could cause his probation to be revoked among other things.
If your license is suspended, call us and we can suggest a course of action that may mitigate your situation. We may suggest you get an occupational driver's license, which we can get for you, or we may suggest you borrow some money and get your surcharges caught up, or other alternatives. Call us at 972-722-0887 or text us at 972-814-7318 to setup a free phone consultation.