Driving with suspended license
Like all states, Texas may suspend or revoke your license for many reasons. The state takes a suspension or revocation seriously and may charge you with a crime if you drive when your license is not valid.
If you drive while your license is suspended or revoked, you could be charged with a Class C misdemeanor with a $500 fine or in many cases a more serious charge.
Your Texas DL is Your Meal Ticket
A conviction for driving after suspension or revocation can result in fines, jail time, and serious consequences in your life. You may find it difficult to keep a job, stay in school, obtain or retain insurance, and generally live your life and sustain yourself financially because you don’t have reliable transportation.
Only an occupational drivers license lawyer who is familiar with these charges can provide you with the right counsel. If you're in the Montgomery County area, look no further than the office of Duane T. Corley.