What is the penalty for a driver driving without a license and pulled over for speeding?

the juvenile driver does not have a license and he was pulled over for speeding over 20mph (traffic violation). if they go through his records this is his third strike (not for driving but for other things for example breaking and entering). what will be his penalty?

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Driving without a license is considered to be illegal, and the law rightfully has the chance to take action because driving requires a certain level of experience in order to be safe. That being said, there are many situations in which an individual for some reason does not have their license or it has been suspended, and while they may be a decent driver they were still arrested. Breaking the law on top of that violation with driving over the speed limit only adds to the possible charges made against the individual. Juvenile or adult, driving without a license is an illegal act and therefore it is imperative that you hire a criminal defense attorney as soon as possible to help you fight the charges. Considering that the person is still a juvenile, they have a lot of life ahead and after having multiple interactions with the law already, hiring an attorney is even more important. By hiring a local attorney, they will not only be able to help guide you through the process, but also help you specifically in line with the laws and regulations of your state. Call an attorney today to discuss your case, don’t wait another moment.

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