40-5-29 or if such person produces in court a valid driver's license issued by this state to such person, he or she shall not be guilty of such offenses..
Just show it in open court.
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Speak with the solicitor or DA. Being arrested for a suspended license while having a suspended license changes the situation. Paying the fine won't correct the second violation. In fact, you may have a secondary suspension on your record. You really need to consult a lawyer.Ask a similar question
They are no longer required to reduce the charge anymore when you present with a valid license, but they usually do. If they give you a hard time about it reset your case, hire a lawyer, go back to court, and let your lawyer take care of it.
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