Driving while license invalidated/suspended is defined in RCW 46.20.342. While some people may think that this is not a big deal, it is nevertheless a crime thus it can affect your criminal record and your employment. Importantly, if you are found to be a "habitual offender", you are guilty of driving while license suspended or revoked in the first degree (a gross misdemeanor) with punishment by imprisonment for not less than ten days upon first conviction.
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