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Unlawful Use of a Driver's License

Defense Lawyer for Miami's Criminally Charged

If you have been charged with the unlawful use of a driver's license, you must act quickly to get the legal issues under control if you hope to avoid the consequences. Any person who has a Florida driver's license who has had the license suspended, revoked or is disqualified from holding a license and subsequently displays this license to law enforcement can also face legal problems.

If you have loaned your driver's license to another person who used your license, and that person was later stopped by police and the use of your license was then discovered, you could be in legal trouble. It can also be charged as a misdemeanor to refuse to surrender your license to a police officer or to the DHSMV, and to get more than one license with different names.

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If you are in trouble with the law for the illegal use of a driver's license, get in touch with a Miami criminal attorney from our firm, Seltzer Law, P.A. With fast intervention by our firm, it may be possible to avoid the full penalties that could be imposed.

We are available 24 hours a day and 7 days a week to provide quality assistance to those who have been charged. Do not hesitate to give us a call today to get the defense you need. We know what you are up against and can formulate a solution that promotes your best interest.

What to Expect for Your Case

The penalties for the unlawful use of a driver's license can include:

  • Up to 60 days in jail
  • 6 months of probation
  • $5,000 in fines

If you were unaware that your license has been suspended or revoked, there is a real possibility that you could avoid penalties, as the state is required to prove that you knew that the license was suspended or revoked. Another party may have used your license without your knowledge, or you may have moved to another address and a notification may not have reached you. It is important that you contact us immediately after being charged; we should take action for you immediately, as there may be legal ways to avoid being punished for the unlawful use of a driver's license.

Call our Miami criminal lawyer today.

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