No, you cannot get a license in another state until you clear the suspension. Every state, all federal territories and Dc participate in the National Driver Registry. All agree that they will not issue a license to someone who is suspended in another state. When you app;y for a license in the new state you will be asked whether your license is suspended in any other state. If you say yes they will deny you a license. If you say no they will check the National Driver Registry and find the suspension. They will deny you a license and, in some cases, prosecute you criminally for falsifying the application.
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You say that the other State's suspension has expired. So, unless you have an outstanding reinstatement fee or some other reason the suspension wound't be completely over with, nothing will prevent you from getting a MD license. I can't speak for Virginia because I don't practice there. However, if you do have an active suspension from the other State, you would be committing a crime by obtaining a Maryland license because one of the questions you will be asked during the application is whether you are suspended in any other State. And if they find out about it, not only will you not get the MD license, but the on-site State Trooper may come over and say Hi.
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Clear up all outstanding reinstatement fees and license requirements (note just because your suspension time maybe done you may still have to satisfy other reinstatement requirements) before you move to be safe so you don't have any problems getting a license in Virginia or Maryland when you move there.
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