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My stepson has never been licensed, he was convicted of a

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My stepson has never been licensed, he was convicted of a misdemeanor possession with intent charge and had driving privileges suspended for 6 months, he still hasn't paid the fine and the 6 months continues until 6 months after he pays the fine. Now he has a friend in jail who is letting him borrow his car while he is in there. How much trouble can he get in for this, and can we get in any legal trouble by allowing him to park the car in our driveway when he stays here?
Submitted: 5 years ago.
Category: Criminal Law
Expert:  TexCrimLawyer, J.D. replied 5 years ago.

TexCrimLawyer, J.D. :

As far as you getting in trouble for letting him park there, no you cannot be charged with a crime for simply letting him park the car.

TexCrimLawyer, J.D. :

Let me check on the punishment for driving with a suspended license.

TexCrimLawyer, J.D. :

The maximum penalty for a first offense driving with a suspended license is a jail sentence of up to 6 months, a $1,000 fine, and a license suspension for the same period for which it had been previously suspended.

Customer:

Thank you

TexCrimLawyer, J.D. :

Glad to help. Can I do anything else for you?

Customer:

I don't think so, thanks again

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