Oh, I see what happened. You were charged with driving with a revoked license. My apologies.
Whether or not you let the PO know, they will find out anyways - as soon as the paperwork goes through, the PO will know because they will likely be notified.
The good news is that unless you are convicted, it does not count, so there is still some wiggle room here (not much, since the case is pretty open and shut). So whether or not you let the PO know does not matter - they will find out. Because POs are used to individuals constantly lying and trying to get away with bad conduct, telling the PO up front might be a change for them and they will appreciate it, and might go easier on you. But again, it is your choice, of course.
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