Texas Driving While License Suspended
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In the state of Texas, driving with a suspended license (DWLS) or invalid license (DWLI) is against the law. Like a DWI, it is considered a class B misdemeanor. A fine of $100-$500 applies in addition to a possible jail time of 72 hours to 6 months. If a prior DWLS/DWLI conviction exists, then it becomes a class A misdemeanor, meaning the driver could face up to one year in jail in addition to fines up till $4000. Surcharges will also apply.
Texas Driving While License Suspended Attorney
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