Driving While your Operating Privilege is Suspended or Revoked (DUS) is a serious offense. Under recent changes to the law convictions now can result in increased mandatory jail time and may in some cases be charged as a criminal violation. A charge under Section 1543 of the Vehicle Code can mean:
- A minimumof one year of additional suspension of your driving privileges.
- A fine of at least $200, and up to $5,000 for some repeat violations.
- Mandatory jail time for Driving Under Suspension – DUI Related violations, with a minimum of 60 days for a first offense and up to six months for a third violation.
- Even non-DUI Related Driving Under Suspension violations can carry jail time, especially for second or subsequent violations and habitual offenders (six or more Driving Under Suspension- non DUI related convictions) face mandatory jail time under the law – not less than 30 days up to 6 months and fines of $1,000.00.
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