DRIVING WITH A SUSPENDED LICENSE
To prove the offense of driving with a suspended license, the State must prove beyond a reasonable doubt:
1. Defendant drove a motor vehicle upon a highway in the state.
2. At the time the Defendant’s license privilege was suspended, revoked, or canceled.
3. At the time the Defendant drove the motor vehicle, he/she knew that his/her driving privilege was suspended, revoked, or canceled.
Section 322.34, Florida Statutes, addresses the offense of driving while a license is suspended.
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