Suspended License

Driving On a Suspended License or Driving on a Revoked Drivers License

Driving on a suspended license or driving on a revoked drivers license is not advised.

Aggravated Unlicensed Operation (AUO) is driving while your license is under suspension or revocation.
AUO-3rd degree.  A driver may be convicted of AUO-3rd degree for driving with a suspended or revoked license or privilege to drive.  This is  a misdemeanor punishable by a mandatory fine of $200-$500, and possible imprisonment up to 30 days or probation
AUO-2rd degree. This is a misdemeanor punishable by a mandatory fine of $500-$1000 and mandatory imprisonment up 180 days or probation.  A driver may be convicted of AUO-2rd degree if driving while suspended or revoked and one of the following:

-The original suspension or revocation has resulted from either a conviction for an alcohol or drug-related violation or a chemical test refusal;
-The driver has in effect three or more license suspensions, imposed on at least three different dates, for failure to respond to tickets;
-The driver has been charged within 18 months following a conviction of AUO-3rd degree;
-The original suspension was a mandatory suspension pending prosecution of an alcohol or drug-related offense.
AUO-1st degree.  This is a felony punishable by a mandatory fine of $1000 – $5000, mandatory imprisonment up to 4 years or probation, and possible seizure and forfeiture of the vehicle driven.  A driver may  be convicted of AUO-1st degree if driving while suspended or revoked and:

-The driver is impaired or intoxicated, with a license or privilege currently under suspension or revocation for an alcohol or drug-related violation or a chemical test refusal;
-The driver has in effect 10 or more license suspensions, imposed on at least 10 different dates. for failure to respond to tickets.

If you find yourself in this unfortunate situation, call Thomas B. Mafrici immediately!
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