Maryland Driving without a License Lawyer

Driving without a License in Maryland is a “Must Appear” offense.  That means if you are given a citation for Driving without a License, you cannot simply pay a fine.  You have to go to court.

For a first offense, you could be ordered to pay a fine up to $500 or imprisoned for up to 60 days or both. 

If you have two or more convictions for Driving without a License, you could be ordered to pay a fine up to $500 or imprisoned for up to 1 year or both.


If you are found guilty or plead guilty to Driving without a License, the court will send notice of the conviction to the Motor Vehicle Administration (MVA).  The MVA will then assess points on your license.  Driving without a License carries 5 points on your driving record.

If you are facing a charge of Driving without a License in the state of Maryland, you need to contact a Maryland traffic defense lawyer to discuss your situation before going to court.

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