Driving with a Revoked or Suspended License
The State of Missouri strictly enforces compliance with its laws as related to the suspension or revocation of a driver’s license. If you have your driver’s license suspended or revoked, you are taking a significant risk if you continue to drive. In many cases, if you are cited for driving with a suspended or revoked license, you could end up with a large fine and possible jail time if the prosecuting attorney will not consider an amendment of the charges. Driving without a valid license due to a suspension or revocation is a Class A Misdemeanor which requires a minimum of 48 hours in jail if a person pleads guilty. It also results in a minimum of 12 points assessed to your record and for 3 time violators is considered a felony in the State of Missouri. Seek immediate legal advice from our firm’s attorneys if your license is suspended or revoked so you can learn about your rights, restrictions and possible punishment if you elect to drive.