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2014-08-27 14:12:16
2014-08-27 14:12:16

If you prove the registration in court, they will drop the charges. You will still be charged with driving on revoked license.


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You could have your license revoked for two years. You could also be fined and even go to jail as a result of this.

No, you cannot, until the suspension period imposed by Alabama is expired.

No, because if your license is revoked then it's revoked! You can't get another license, while you still have a license that's revoked. They check those things. Added: Also, you must be a resident of the state that issues you your license.

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If the state knows your Michigan license is revoked the answer is NO.

Depending on the severity of the offense, a license could be revoked anywhere from a few weeks to permanently. Driving with a revoked license can cause the suspension to be extended if you are caught.

Your license is revoked for the period of time according to the 1st, 2nd, or 3rd offense. If you are caught driving on the revoked after you have your license revoked for the period of time the judge ordered. After that your license is then suspended when you are serving the time over and above the revokation for driving on the revoked, and then your license is then considered suspended at that time. Usually you will receive an extra year for each driving on the revoked you are charged with. Hope this helps!

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No. When you apply for a license in any state, that department of motor vehicles will search under your name. A record of the expired suspended license will come up and you will be denied a drivers license. Driving without a license can eventually lead to jail. Believe me, I know from personal experience: Pay the fees, get your CA license taken care of and then get a valid TX license. You'll be happy you did.

A revoked license means the license was taken away. A restricted license means someone still has a license, but is limited in what they can do with it. For example, a person cannot legally drive with a revoked drivers license, but might be able to legally drive to and from work with a restricted license.

If your drivers license is revoked in one state, can you get a drivers license in another state?

Your CDL IS your license. If your CDL gets yanked, you don't retain a regular drivers license - you're revoked, period.

If you are revoked in one state you are revoked in ALL states.

If your license is revoked then by law you are not allowed to drive a vehicle at all.

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NO! Driving on a revoked license is deliberat act, providing that you knew you are not supposed to drive.

It depends on the laws involved and why the license was revoked. It may be possible to get a partial right back.

The penalties for driving on a revoked license in Massachusetts include losing your license for up to one year as well as fines of about $500.

You must be a legal resident of whatever state you wish to receive a drivers license in. If you are suspended or revoked in any state - this information is available to ALL state's DMV's.

Not unless the court that revoked the license reinstates it, and even then 10 days is pushing it.

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Yes it can. The license is issued by the particular denomination, and can be revoked by them

The agency which revoked your license can answer this question for you.

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