Driving on a suspended license, aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, or driving without a registration that’s been suspended can be elevated to a felony-grade offense if the prior conviction resulted in a DWI.
However, they are still treated very seriously in the justice courts. As a misdemeanor, it’s a crime that can impact the rest of your life.
These tickets are criminal matters that come with fines, a permanent record, and the possibility of time in jail.
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