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Virginia PIlot Sentenced For Flying After Revocation Of Certificate

According to a Summary on the Department of Transportation Office of Inspector General website, a pilot in Virginia recently pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court, Norfolk, Virginia, to one count of knowingly operating an aircraft after the FAA had revoked his Commercial Pilot Certificate. The Court sentenced the pilot to twenty days in jail, assessed a $100 fine, and placed him on probation for one year.
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