If the citation that you received was for driving with a suspended license, then you have been charged with a misdemeanor. Not with a civil traffic infraction. You could face a violation of probation, since this is a new law violation. However, under certain limited circumstances such as wgat you have described, there is a defense that you may be able to use to clear yourself and not be punished. Let me know if you'd like to discuss that further. All the best!
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It depends what the citation is. If it's a civil violation, it won't violate you. If it is criminal, it will. Check your ticket to see what the charge is. In either case, the officer sure didn't have reasonable suspicion to pull you over if what your saying is true regarding the basis for the stop.
A charge of No Valid Driver's License or Driving While License Suspended or Revoked would both violate your probation as they are criminal offenses. You may have a defnse of necessity and a possible motion to suppress issue on the stop. You should consult with a local attorney ASAP.