Jim Jones sped off easy last week, after pleading guilty to driving with a suspended license, a charge he picked up last March in the Soho neighborhood of Manhattan.

According to New York’s Daily News, the Dipset Capo was ordered to pay a fine of $200 and a court fee of $80 and was then sent on his way.

As previously reported, Jones, 34, was pulled over while driving his 2011 Bentley into a bus lane on March 30, 2011 and the knowledge of his suspended license due to failure to pay tickets was discovered by cops after a search.

Jones’ lawyer Marianne Bertuna insisted that her client did not know that his license was suspended. —Christopher Minaya