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Asked on: 6/26/12, 1:14 pm

Can a Person be charged with driving without a license by only being seen by an officer driving

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Answered on: 6/26/12, 2:12 pm by Anthony Roach

No. The officer do not have to see you driving to have you charged for driving without a license. The essential elements of the crime can be supplied by circumstantial evidence or even other witnesses.

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