To call Jason Brown a repeat offender is an understatement. Brown whose driver’s license has been suspended 41 times has been arrested yet again.
According to reports, Police stopped Brown in Yephank on Long Island in New York where Brown attempted to give a false name to the police. Police searched the Brown and the car to find that he was in possession of both heroin and marijuana.
In addition to the unlicensed operation charge Brown has also been charged with drug crimes.
The penalty for driving on a suspended license in Massachusetts is relatively small for a first time offender yet can be harsh for a repeat offender. Here, in addition to the drug crimes Brown is almost certainly looking at jail for simply driving with a license.
If you or someone you know has been charged with driving with a suspended license or unlicensed operation contact attorney Patrick Donovan today for a free no obligation consultation. Massachusetts Criminal Attorney Donovan is a former prosecutor who prosecuted and defended felony and misdemeanor crimes in Massachusetts.