In MI you'll be thrown in jail, and there is a minimum sentence now.
You also may never be given the privelidge to drive again.
The only way you may regain the privelidge is by going in front of the secretary of state, a board of nazi people review your file, and tell you no, and you get to come back and see the same people to try again, but only once per year.
They are not impartial, and they don't have to answer to the courts or anyone.
The best policy is to attempt to rule out any scenerio where you might have to answer to the police or courts, basically try not to do anything wrong. This doesn't garauntee that won't still mess with you, or try to screw up your life, but there is enough to go wrong in life without throwing caution to the wind.
Once your in their grips, you my find out how rediculous some laws are, and you may start to feel you have very little rights.
At some point I will be moving out of the state of Michigan, and I'm not shy to share, in large part due to the laws and goverment here.
Although not many, there are worse states as well.
And no, I did not get caught driving on a suspended.
Last edited by Teeps; 02-11-2006 at 10:17 PM.