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According to Florida Statute s. 322.03, driving without a valid license is often charged in cases in which the driver has never obtained a Florida driver’s license. The offense is a second-degree misdemeanor which is punishable by 6 months in jail and/or a five hundred dollar fine.
The next time the driver is caught driving without a license the offense is usually charged as “driving while license suspended or revoked” with knowledge (DWLSR) which is also a second-degree misdemeanor. Three charges of DWLSR within a five-year period will result in a five-year revocation of your driver’s license as a habitual traffic offender.