posted on Apr, 18 2011 @ 09:38 PM
That particular case, as a beginning, would only apply to what conditions are required to have a driver's license to drive on public roadways and
under what conditions (namely is it commercial driving or is it non commercial) It would also be required with other case law citations that have
appeared either before the SCOTUS or are widely used cases from other states in order to form a proper defense for driving without a license. The
key thing boils down to which set of laws are being applied.
Speeding tickets, careless driving, reckless driving, etc. tend to be traffic regulations that fall under the scrutiny of public endangerment laws.
So sorry, if you were driving 200 mph on a public road and got caught, I'd be surprised if you weren't also charged with reckless driving and public
endangerment and did a year in jail.