Driving With a Suspended or Revoked Driver's License
According to Florida Statute Section 322.34(2), Driving with a Suspended or Revoked Driver’s License occurs when:
- a person drives a motor vehicle with a driver’s license or driving privilege which was canceled, suspended or revoke, and
- that person knows of such cancellation, suspension, or revocation.
In order to commit the crime of Driving with a Suspended or Revoked License, the defendant has to know that he or she has a suspended driver's license. The prosecutor can prove that the driver had knowledge if he or she has been previously cited or notice was sent to the person.
A first conviction for driving with a suspended or revoked driver’s license is a second degree misdemeanor. A second conviction, it a first degree misdemeanor. A third or subsequent conviction, is a third degree felony.
If you have been charged with driving with a suspended or revoked driver’s license, it is important to act fast. You should hire a Jacksonville Suspended Driver's License Attorney to protect your driving record and help you maintain or regain your driving privileges. A Jacksonville Florida Suspended Driver's License Lawyer can help prevent you from becoming a habitual traffic offender. Contact our Jacksonville Criminal Defense Lawyers by email or by calling 904-685-1200.