You need to try and get a lawyer because you could be looking at jail time for a 2nd offense for the same crime. It would depend on how long ago the first one was and why you can't get a license. Call my office for more details.
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You really need to contact a local lawyer to assist you. College kids often do not take it seriously and end up either in jail or on their way to a three time habitual offender designation and a life time of worry. If you can not afford a lawyer then get a public defender as my colleague is correct you may be looking at jail if you get the wrong judge!
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Driving without a valid license is a second degree misdemeanor punishable by up to 60 days in the county jail. That said, it doesn't normally result in an active jail sentence, but it could. Now, that is very different than a DWLSR - which is a first degree misdemeanor, and the third conviction will lead to a lengthy suspension and the possibility of an enhancement to a felony. You should talk to an attorney and figure out what your rights and defenses might be. Good luck! You'll get through it.
I agree with my colleagues, you could be potentially looking at jail time for your second offense. My firm is located in Tampa and offers free case consultations in these matters. Our number is 813-830-2261.
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