Answer: If your license is suspended and you get pulled over, there will likely be charged with VC 14601, or one of it’s subsections. The specific charge would depend on why your license is suspended. For instance, if your license was suspended for a DUI conviction, the charge would be VC 14601.2. Then penalty can also differ depending on the exact charge, but can include mandatory Jail time. In short, if you have not been pulled over and charged with driving on a suspended license yet, don’t risk it. It is not worth the risk. If you have been charged, I would recommend speaking to an attorney about your case in order to potentially get the charges dismissed or mitigate consequences.
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