Driving Without a License
While you might initially think that driving without a license is not a big deal, it can have serious consequences. If caught, you face fines, jail sentences, and even the suspension of your license. The following chart explains the consequences for driving without a license in the state of Connecticut:
- Up to 90 days in prison.
- $150 to $200 fine.
- License suspended at least one year.
- Up to one year in prison.
- $200 to $600 fine.
- License suspended at least two years.
- If previously violated these provisions or operated without obtaining a license: additional fine of up to $500 or up to 100 community service hours.
- If two previous violations of those provisions: additional mandatory 90 days in prison.
|Penalties for Operating Vehicles Without a License or With Suspended or Revoked License or Right to Operate|
|Statute||1st Offense||Subsequent Offenses|
|Operating vehicle after being refused a license or with suspended or revoked license or right to operate(CGS §§ 14-215(a), (b), and 14-111(b), PA 05-215, §§ 2, 4)|
NOTE: This table courtesy of: http://www.cga.ct.gov/2006/rpt/2006-r-0072.htm. For more information, visit this site!
If you have additional questions regarding the crime of driving without a license, we are happy to assist you. Please contact our office today for more information.