Saint Cloud, MN asked in Criminal Law, Traffic Tickets, Civil Rights and Gov & Administrative Law for Minnesota

Q: I learned that i techinacally do not need a license since i have no waived my rights. what do i do if i get pulled over.

I learned that if i get a licience that means i am waving my rights and that i must follow all laws in my state related to using and obtaining my vehicle. I dont want to get license because i want to keep my rights. I know i have the right to travel and by obtaining my license i will loose that right. I researched many credible websites including and i just want to know what should i do if i get pulled over and what should i do if they arrest me for it or take me to court for it etc.... i hope u can answer my question :)

1 Lawyer Answer
Jonathan Matthew Holson
Jonathan Matthew Holson
  • Criminal Law Lawyer
  • Saint Cloud, MN
  • Licensed in Minnesota

A: You cannot legally drive without a license. So you will get ticketed, fined and perhaps even jailed if you drive without a license, especially if you do so repeatedly. Otherwise you can get a license and drive legally.

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