What are the consequences of driving with an invalid license in Florida?
The penalties for driving with revoked or suspended license in Florida depend on the degree of seriousness of the offense. Details of the offense are laid out in Section 322.34 of the Florida Motor Vehicle Statutes, where it is entitled, “Driving while license suspended, revoked, canceled, or disqualified”.
According to the statutes, multiple or repeat offenses will result in severe consequences:
First and second time offenses are considered to be misdemeanors, punishable by an imprisonment term not to exceed 60 days, and/or fines not to exceed $500
Third time offenses are classified as a felony punishable by a prison term not to exceed 5 years and/or fines of up to $5,000
Originally posted by JBA2848
You guys should seee how the cops deal with somebody who they think has drugs in there mouth in Florida. They will strangle you to keep you from swallowing and force your mouth open. And if they think you swallowed something they will send you to the hospital for about three days waiting for it to come out or pump your stomach. All without a charge.
Originally posted by AgentX09
Agreed.She should definitely file several lawuits against the"officers and their department.This looks like Stalinist Russia FFS.Strip searching mothers on the side of the road with their children?I guess the police need to be policed because of their abuses.
Originally posted by Unity_99
You can't strip search anyone in public in view of others and so she should sue and they should charged with criminal action. Outrageous!
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court on Monday ruled by a 5-to-4 vote that officials may strip-search people arrested for any offense, however minor, before admitting them to jails even if the officials have no reason to suspect the presence of contraband.