Driving After Revocation

Driving After Revocation

Driving after revocation (DAR) is one of the most commonly charged crimes in the state of Minnesota. One is charged with this crime if they are caught driving while their license is revoked.

Possible Consequences

Since a DAR is a misdemeanor, the maximum penalty is 90 days in jail and/or a fine of $1,000 per count.

Similarly, if you plead guilty to or are convicted of driving after revocation, you automatically lose your license for at least 30 days. This is true even if you had your license valid again before entering your guilty plea to the DAR.

If you have been charged with driving after revocation having an experienced attorney is critical. Gerald Miller PA has over 35 years experience helping people obtain the best possible results for any traffic violation. Contact Gerald Miller PA today at 612-341-9080 for a free consultation.

For more information see the Minnesota Driving After Revocation Statute 171.24.