A person who drives a motor vehicle at any time when their driving privilege is suspended or revoked may be charged with Driving on a Suspended License. Penalties may depend upon the cause of license suspension or if you have prior conviction for Driving on a Suspended License.
What does the prosecutor have to prove?
1. Defendant drove a motor vehicle.
2. Defendant’s driving privilege had been previously suspended or revoked.
3. Defendant had knowledge that his or her driving privilege had been suspended or revoked. [Cal Crim No. 2220]
Misdemeanor: 5-180 days