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Driving with a Suspended or Revoked License

No matter the reason, if you are pulled over and caught operating a motor vehicle with either a revoked or suspended driver's license, you could face stiff penalties. Under Texas law, this offense is considered a misdemeanor would leave you with a further tarnished record. Even if you were unaware that your license was suspended you could still be arrested and face fines, possible jail time, or a longer suspension period.

Being found to be driving with a suspended or revoked license could be potentially damaging to your personal and professional life. A skilled and experienced legal representative can help you to protect your legal rights and interests as this matter is resolved. Contact Austin criminal defense attorney Ian Inglis at (512) 472-1950 today.

Texas Law and Possible Penalties

There are a number of reasons your license may be suspended. You can lose your license if you have: been convicted of homicide with a vehicle; fled an accident; committed four or more moving violations in a year, or seven or more in two years. If you are caught driving with an invalid license, you could face the following penalties:

  • Fine up to $500 for a Class C misdemeanor
  • Up to six months in prison for Class B misdemeanor (have a previous conviction or had license suspended because of a DWI)
  • Possible charges for criminal fees, reinstatement fees, surcharges, and towing fees to tow your vehicle from the spot you were pulled over

Contact Us

Though it may seem as if this is a fairly minor offense, do not make the mistake of failing to regard it seriously as a conviction could have significant effects upon your future. Contact Austin criminal defense attorney Ian Inglis by calling (512) 472-1950 for the capable and committed legal counsel that you deserve.


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