On probation for Oui police may have been doing surveillance on me when seen driving on suspended license
Normally, a person who is charged with driving on a suspended license is pulled over by the police and handed a citation at the time they were driving. I have not ever seen a case where the person was long formed charged after the fact on a suspended license case due to surveillance.
Certainly it is most common for a driving while suspended charge to occur after a person is pulled over while driving. That does not mean that charges could not happen later. If the police find evidence of a crime they will generally write a report and send it to the prosecutor. The prosecutor will decide if he believes there is enough evidence to file charges. Video of a person driving is certainly evidence. If contacted by police do not admit to anything, ask to talk to an attorney. First time DWS is punishable by up to 6 months in jail.
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