You should privately consult with a lawyer who practices criminal/traffic law. There are ramifications for being found guilty for driving while one's license is suspended.
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It is extremely unlikely. A demurrer is similar to a no contest plea which in almost every court that I've ever practiced in is the same as a guilty plea. You should hire an attorney who can fight the case. Good luck.
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This is a heavy criminal charge. Attempting to fight it yourself is a risky thing. To even accept your guilty plea without you having talking with attorney could be considered malpractice on the judge's part, let alone on your part. (not that you are a attorney)
This is not legal advice. If order to give you legal advice i would need to see the Tickets and talk to the court first.