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28-3482 - Driving on a license suspended for failure to appear or pay; restricted privilege to drive; civil penalty; dismissal
28-3482. Driving on a license suspended for failure to appear or pay; restricted privilege to drive; civil penalty; dismissal
A. A person may not drive a motor vehicle on a public highway if the person's privilege to drive a motor vehicle is suspended pursuant to section 28-1601 or 28-3308.
B. A person who violates this section is responsible for a civil traffic violation.
C. If a person is cited for a violation of this section and the person presents evidence to the court that the person's unrestricted privilege to drive has been reinstated, the court may dismiss the charge of driving under a suspended license.