State v. Dennis

In State v. Dennis, 306 A.2d 729, 730 (Del. 1973)., the State sought to amend the Information, which previously charged the defendant with driving while his license had been revoked, to the charge of driving while his driving privileges had been revoked. When discussing 2756, the Court stated that "the object of this statute is to prohibit the operation of a car on our highways by one who has no driving privileges." (Id. at 731.) The Court further provided that whether a "driver's license or merely his driving privileges had been revoked was of little moment." (Id.) Instead, the Court found that "the important consideration is whether the driver had or did not have the privilege of driving on our roads." (Id.)