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Driving After Suspension/Driving After Cancellation

Driving a vehicle after suspension, revocation, or cancellation of your driver’s license is a serious offense. If you are caught driving without a valid driver’s license in Minnesota, there are many different reasons why you are facing criminal charges.

  • Driving after suspension refers to a person that has been caught operating any motor vehicle after their driver’s license has been suspended by the court and after being notified by the court of the suspension of their driver’s license.
  • Driving after revocation refers to a person that has had their driving privileges or driver’s license revoked and been given notice of the revocation, but disobeys the order by operating any motor vehicle while their driver’s license or privileges are revoked.
  • Driving after cancellation refers to a person that has had their driver’s license or driving privileges cancelled and been given notice of the cancellation, but disobeys the order by operating any motor vehicle while the person’s license or privilege is canceled.

If you are facing misdemeanor charges for driving without a valid Minnesota driver’s license, you may be at risk of going to jail. It is crucial that you retain an experienced criminal defense team that knows how to navigate the legal system for traffic violations in Minnesota.

At The Law Offices of Daniel J. Brazil, P.A., we are here to protect your rights and ensure that you end up with the best possible outcome for your case. Contact our law offices today at 612-284-4285 for a free consultation.

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