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Habitual Traffic Offender and Driving While License Suspended

On Behalf of | Jan 10, 2013 | Criminal Law

If you get three (3) Driving While License Suspended or Revoked charges within a five (5) year time period you could become classified as a habitual traffic offender and lose your license for five (5) years.  This can turn into a serious situation because you could be charged with a felony for this and you cannot get a hardship license from the DHSMV for at least one year.

If you get charged with driving while license suspended you need to contact an attorney to help you avoid this problem and get the best resolution for you.

If you are already habitualized, potentially, there are ways to get your license back and get the habitual status taken off.



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