Your Driving Can Be A Criminal Offense

Driving can be tricky. There are many driving offenses you can be busted for. Some are easy enough to avoid but not all of them are. You should always be careful when you drive but you should also learn the laws in your area so you don’t accidentally break them.

Key Takeaways:

  • There is a big difference between a misdemeanor and a felony offense.
  • Felonies can lead to long time spent in jail and expensive fines, while misdemeanors usually just result in a ticket.
  • Receiving a felony will impact you for the rest of your life – from getting a job to getting a home.

“A felony is serious. It’s serious enough that it’s actually considered a criminal offense, and once you’re convicted of a criminal offense, that goes on your record. And that means that any time someone does a 100% legal background check on you for criminal convictions, felony/criminal charges will show up.”