A now rescinded law declared someone who had committed a certain number or type of traffic offenses could be declared a habitual offender and have his or her license revoked for a minimum of 10 years. Those who had been charged under that law may still be charged with driving after having been declared a habitual offender. A first offense may be a misdemeanor and a second or subsequent offense may be punishable as a felony, with a punishment for at least one year in jail.
If you are facing a habitual offender charge or you would like to get your license or privilege to drive reinstated after a habitual offender charge, the Law Offices of Patrick N. Anderson and Associates can help you. With 23 years of experience, our lawyers have the experience and the expertise to fight for your case. Contact us today for your free case evaluation and find out how we can fight for you today!