Unlawful Use of a Driver's License
In Florida, driving is a privilege and the state aggressively punishes those who abuse that privilege. Florida punishes drivers for:
- Displaying or possessing a license that has been cancelled, revoked, disqualified or suspended
- Lending a license to another person
- Using another person's license
- Applying for or obtaining multiple licenses with the same picture but different names
Experienced Criminal Defense Attorney in Miami, FL
It is often difficult to determine whether a license has actually been suspended or revoked. Forms can be wrong, things get lost in the mail and dates may get shuffled. The unlawful use of a driver's license is a second-degree misdemeanor carrying potential probation, fines and possible DMV problems. Legal problems surrounding your driver's license can cause serious difficulty in your everyday life.
Taking effective action now to resolve the situation can save you a tremendous amount of trouble. You should not let this situation wait, because if you are caught driving while license suspended, you can be subjected to serious penalties. The situation can be especially crucial if there are
immigration issues involved. David S. Seltzer is an experienced
Miami criminal defense lawyer. Don't risk complications in your life due to a problem with your driver's license; let our legal team help you. We offer a free initial consultation.