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Driving While License Revoked / Driving Without A Valid License

Driving Without A License Or While License Revoked Mecklenburg County Driving While License Revoked Defense Attorney Carilyn Ibsen (888) 543-2427

A person's license can be revoked for a variety of reasons. Reasons include a DWI/DUI case, in which a conviction can cause a license to be revoked. Additional reasons for suspensions often include orders for arrest/pending warrants and unpaid traffic tickets.

The District Attorney must prove that the client had notice of the suspension or the revocation, otherwise the charge must be dismissed. Notice can be shown through proof that a letter was sent to a particular address.

It is important to know that if you are convicted of this offense, your license will be revoked for an additional period of time. Therefore it is very important to understand the punishment for driving on a revoked license. Driving on a revoked license is a Class 1 misdemeanor. 

Driving on a revoked license or driving without a license may subject you to different penalties. If you are accused of either offense, please contact Mecklenburg County Criminal Defense Attorney Carilyn Ibsen at (888) 543-2427.


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