Yoder v. Commonwealth (U)

Evidence was sufficient to affirm the appellant’s conviction for driving after forfeiture of her license, her third such offense within ten years.

When asked for her identification during the traffic stop, the appellant provided the deputy with an “ID card.” Possession of a special identification card supports the finding that the appellant did not have a driver’s license in her possession. A reasonable fact finder could therefore conclude that the appellant’s production of a special identification card during a traffic stop signifies her knowledge that her driver’s license was revoked at that time.


Yoder v. Commonwealth (U), No. 1023-17-3, Dec. 11, 2018. CAV (Decker) from Augusta (Ludwig).

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