I was given a ticket for driving without a license, no insurance and expired tags. I only had a Florida identification card and they wrote my tickets using that number. I hadn't paid the tickets yet and I received a letter saying my license is suspended off of my ID number.
Your ID remains intact, but you may have a warrant got your arrest if any ticket was for a criminal offense
It is a question that is currently under debate in the appellate courts of the state of Florida. Regardless, you should retain an attorney to resolve the matter.
Your FL ID number is the same number as your FL DL number.
One permits you to drive and one does not.
I think you can do the math to understand the "how" and "why" of things now.
Hire counsel and do not drive again unless and until you are properly licensed.
Wishing you significantly better judgment, luck and hoping that I have been helpful in answering your question.
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The DMV can and will suspend your ID number, as it is the same as your DL number for unpaid tickets. Best thing to do is hire an attorney to help you. And please, no driving until you have a valid license.
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