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Are you driving on a suspended license? DUI (driving while under the influence of drugs or alcohol) carries serious consequences that can affect your life for years to come. The state of Idaho prohibits anyone from driving when that person's driver's license has been suspended.
If you are convicted of a first-time Driving Without Privileges offense, it carries with it a jail sentence of from two to 180 days, a fine and a 6-month suspension tacked on to the existing suspension. The penalties escalate to a maximum of 1 year in jail and 2 years' tacked-on suspension for third and later offenses.
If you are charged with driving on a suspended license and want to prevent it from stretching into a lengthy suspension or a steep rise in your insurance rates and problems with your SR-22 certification of financial responsibility, call Dowdy Law Office to discuss your case.
Count on Us to Mitigate the Effects of a Driving Without Privileges Charge
When you are worried about a Driving Without Privileges offense, it is time to get an experienced attorney on your side.
If you have been arrested, charged, or cited for Driving Without Privileges, it is important that you understand the charges against you and what your legal rights are. Idaho statutes can be complex.
Let our legal team help you to keep your driving privileges intact. You can depend on J. Scott Dowdy to work with you to get the best possible outcome for a reasonable flat fee.