If you have been arrested, charged, or cited for a driving crime, it is important that you understand the charges against you and what your legal rights are. Idaho criminal and traffic law can be complex. You should not try to take on the criminal justice system on your own.
Any person who drives or is in actual physical control of any motor vehicle with knowledge that his driver's license is revoked, disqualified or suspended in this state or any other jurisdiction is guilty of a misdemeanor. See: Idaho Code §18-8001- Driving Without Privileges
Fight Your Driving Without Privileges Charge!
The problem with a driving without privileges conviction is that it carries a mandatory minimum 1-day in jail. Do not fall into the trap of just pleading and serving you jail time. Nearly all cases can be won or negotiated down to a lesser charge that does not require a jail sentence.
Hire A Lawyer That Will Fight For You!
Do not fight the system on your own, you have too much on the line! Protect your rights and your freedom! Call me today for a free consultation!