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Other Driver's License Offenses

DWLS – Overview
DWLS – Penalties
DWLS – Laws
DWLS – Reasons for Suspension, Revocation or Cancellation
DWLS – Reinstatement
DWLS – Definitions
DWLS - Habitual Traffic Offender (HTO)
Other Driver's License Offenses  

No Valid Driver’s License/Invalid Driver’s License

In Florida it is a criminal traffic offense to drive without a valid driver’s license. Florida statute 322.03 states that “except as otherwise authorized in this chapter, a person may not drive any motor vehicle upon a highway in this state unless such person has a valid driver's license under the provisions of this chapter.
                                              
Such an offense is a 2nd degree misdemeanor and if convicted could subject you to up to 6 months of county supervised probation or 60 days in the county jail and/or up to a $500.00 fine.

Expired Driver’s License less than 4 months

In Florida it is a civil infraction to drive with a license that has been expired for 4 months or less. Florida statute 322.065 states that “Any person whose driver's license has been expired for 4 months or less and who drives a motor vehicle upon the highways of this state is guilty of an infraction and subject to the [monetary] penalty provided in s. 318.18.”

Expired Driver’s License More than 4 months.

In Florida it is a criminal traffic offense to drive with a license that has been expired for MORE THAN 4 MONTHS. Florida statute 322.03(5) states “It is a violation of this section for any person whose driver's license has been expired for more than 4 months to operate a motor vehicle on the highways of this state.”
 
Such an offense is a 2nd degree misdemeanor and if convicted could subject you to up to 6 months of county supervised probation or 60 days in the county jail and/or up to a $500.00 fine.

Experienced License Violation Defense

When we accept a license violation case we first focus on beating the case not simply getting the best deal. We will first examine the State’s case to determine the lawfulness of your stop and arrest, the existence of all evidence that may be favorable to your case and evaluate your case for possible defenses that may result in the charges being dismissed or the penalty reduced.
 
Although these license violation cases are very common in Florida the penalties could land you in jail. If you have been charged with any type of driver’s license violation you need the assistance of an experienced Orlando criminal defense law firm.

The material on this page is not intended to be legal advice. Florida law is continually changing therefore some of the provisions contained here may be out of date. It is always best to consult a Florida criminal defense lawyer about your legal rights and responsibilities regarding your particular case.

Consult With An Experienced Orlando Suspended License Lawyer

The facts of every license violation case are different and because of the various complexities involved in handling these types of cases, it is vitally important that you obtain representation from an Orlando suspended license lawyer experienced in defending, not prosecuting these types of crimes.
 
If you have been arrested or charged with driving with your license suspended or revoked, driving without a valid license, or driving with an expired license call an Orlando suspended license attorney at Corzo & Kohrs. Call toll free 877-99CK-LAW for a free consultation and explanation of your rights.


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