27 Year Old Santa Cruz Man Charged as a Habitual Offender

Posted By Thomas V. Wallin || 18-Jan-2011

Donald Ray Wurster, a Santa Cruz habitual DUI offender, was arrested Friday evening for driving with a suspended license.   Wurster was spotted driving northbound on Highway 101 and had three passengers, an adult and two children under the age of 4, inside his vehicle. 

According to the Petaluma360.com, Wurster was charged with driving with a suspended license as well as being a habitual traffic offender as he has had four prior convictions for driving without a license as well as six violations in the past year. A habitual traffic offender applies to anyone who is driving on a suspended license and has accumulated multiple citations and/or is involved in collisions in a one-year period.

If you or someone you know is charged with driving on a suspended license due to a prior DUI case, contact our qualified California DUI Defense Attorneys today.