My question involves a driver's license issued by the States of: California and Florida
I got my permit at 15 and my license at 16 in Florida, where my family lives. After being at college in Los Angeles for a couple of years I finally went and took the written test and got a California license (and have since successfully applied for an address change on that license). When I received my temporary license at the DMV they returned my Florida license to me with a hole in it, so I thought the Florida license would be taken care of by the DMV. I put the hole-punched license away with my archived files and forgot about it.
I was recently back home in Florida, and I was pulled over for a non-moving violation (blocking an intersection). I gave the cop my California license and the car's registration. When he returned, he said that my Florida license is still valid, and since that address matches up with the car registration he decided to issue the ticket to that license. That's all he said.
I'm very confused. I checked on the Florida DMV website and it also says my Florida license is valid. I know it's illegal to hold licenses in two states, so now I'm confused as to what to do. My California license is definitely real and valid, and my Florida license definitely has a hole in it, punched at the California DMV, but Florida thinks it's valid. What should I do?