Driving on a Revoked License

Received a Driving on a Revoked License Ticket in Maryland?

driving on a revoked licenseIf you’ve been stopped by law enforcement and cited with one or more traffic citations in the state of Maryland, contact the Law Offices of G. Randolph Rice, Jr., LLC, at 410.288.2900 to discuss your options and the best course of action.

Maryland Vehicle Law: § 16-303 (Statutes for Driving on a Revoked License Bold)

  • (a) Refused licenses. – A person may not drive a motor vehicle on any highway or on any property specified in § 21-101.1 of this article while the person’s license or privilege to drive if refused in this State of any other State.
  • (b) Canceled licenses. – A person may not drive a motor vehicle on any highway or on any property specified in S21-101.1 of this article while the person’s license or privilege to drive is cancelled in this State.
  • (c) Suspended License Generally. – A person may not drive a motor vehicle on any highway or any property specified in § 21-101.1 of this article while the person’s license or privilege to drive is suspended in this State.
  • (d) Revoked licenses.- A person may not drive a motor vehicle on any highway or on any property specified in § 21-101.1 of this article while the person’s license or privilege to drive is revoked in this State.
  • (e) Licenses canceled by other states.- A person may not drive a motor vehicle on any highway or on any property specified in § 21-101.1 of this article while the person’s license issued by any other state is canceled.
  • (f) Licenses suspended by other states.- A person may not drive a motor vehicle on any highway or on any property specified in § 21-101.1 of this article while the person’s license issued by any other state is suspended.
  • (g) Licenses revoked by other states.- A person may not drive a motor vehicle on any highway or on any property specified in § 21-101.1 of this article while the person’s license issued by any other state is revoked.
  • (h) Licenses suspended under certain provisions of article.- A person may not drive a motor vehicle on any highway or on any property specified in § 21-101.1 of this article while the person’s license or privilege to drive is suspended under § 17-106, § 26-204, § 26-206, or § 27-103 of this article.

MVA Points for Driving on a Revoked License Violations in the state of Maryland

Penalties for Driving for Driving on a Revoked License violations in the state of Maryland can include fines, court costs, or MVA points.

  • Refused licenses: 12 MVA points.
  • Canceled licenses: 12 MVA points.
  • Suspended License Generally: 12 MVA points.
  • Revoked licenses: 12 MVA points.
  • Licenses canceled by other states: 12 MVA points.
  • Licenses suspended by other states: 12 MVA points.
  • Licenses revoked by other states: 12 MVA points
  • Licenses suspended under certain provisions of article: 3 MVA points.

What Should I do if I Received a Driving on a Revoked License Ticket in Maryland?

For Driving on a Revoked License violations in the State of Maryland, you must appear for Court. Don’t appear without an experienced Driving on a Revoked License Defense Attorney with you. If you want to avoid the points and attempt to reduce the fine then you should call the Law Offices of G. Randolph Rice, Jr., LLC, to find out how we can help.

However, the smartest, savviest, and most cost effective solution to a traffic ticket problem is to hire an experienced Maryland traffic attorney to fight on your behalf. Having a Maryland traffic lawyer handling your ticket can keep your fines to a minimum, your insurance premiums low, and your driving record clean. Traffic tickets impact your insurance premiums, and your right to have a driver’s license, for many years.

Call us now at 410.288.2900!

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