License Suspension Subsequent Offense, CASE DISMISSED

September 5th 2018
License Suspension, Subsequent Offense
Client, a father of three, was charged with operating a motor vehicle on a suspended license, a subsequent offense. Client alleged that he did not know he was operating on a suspended license when he was arrested by police. While the Registry of Motor Vehicles claimed it sent client formal notice of the suspension, client stated that he did not receive such notice. The case went to trial. At trial the Commonwealth conceded that it could not prove the subsequent offense portion of the crime charged against Defendant. In the end, the case was dismissed upon payment by Defendant of $500.
RESULT: CASE DISMISSED, upon payment of $500