2568Re: [tips_and_tricks] Texas Driver's License
- Aug 30, 2003Wayne, you need to read and understand the law, before
you can say anything about travelling without a STATE
--- Sterling W Wyatt <swwyatt@...> wrote:
> The recently posted Arteaga *driving* case
> conviction that was overturned
> on appeal, does not prove that one can drive without
> a license.
> It DOES prove that the elements of the specific
> crime Arteaga was charged
> with were not fulfilled at the TIME he was charged.
> Specifically, one's
> license can not be suspended if the license is not
> operative and current,
> therefore the requirement that he was driving when
> his license was
> lawfully suspended is not fulfilled. Or
> alternatively, any suspension
> must have occurred BEFORE the license expired, but
> in this instance, the
> alleged suspension occured AFTER his license had
> The State saw the mix up and agreed there was
> insuficient evidence
> showing he had a bonafide SUSPENDED LICENSE when
> actually CHARGED to
> convict him of driving on a suspended license.
> It appears that the case is a good teaching aid -
> and for fooling
> potential trafic law protestors.
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