In terms of the actual fines/consequences, here's the list:
- Driving while under suspension on a second conviction carries a fine of between $2,000-$5,000 and up to six months imprisonment.
- Using plates not authorized carries a fine of between $100-$1,000 and a possible six month driving suspension.
- Driving with no insurance on a second conviction carries a fine of between $10,000-$50,000 and possible one year driving suspension.
I strongly suggest attending Court on this matter, even if it's to plead guilty. If you're not present and found guilty, there's not much reason for the Justice of the Peace to consider any leniency.
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