DRIVING on SUSPENDED LICENSE REDUCED to LICENSE not in POSSESSION TICKET – State v. Ms. K. (DMC No. 9107) (Paradise Valley City Court 33183A): Ms. K. was from Korea and was cited at Cheney at 70th Street in Paradise Valley, Arizona. She was accused of driving on a suspended license. Because Ms. K. was from Korea, we were able to demonstrate to the Prosecutor that she did not understand that when she had taken care of previous traffic tickets she was to have gone to the DMV in order to reinstate her license. They agreed to drop the criminal charge in exchange for a simple “license not in possession” ticket and a small fine. Originally, the conviction may have interfered with Ms. K.’s immigration status.