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A second offense of driving while suspended would lead to a jail sentence of 60 days to 1 year in jail under MA Gen. Laws 90.23. If the reason for the suspension was a DUI or because the state found you to be a habitual traffic offender, your sentence may involve a fine between $500 and $25,000, plus imprisonment for a maximum of two 1/2 years. Your license can also be permanently revoked.