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New York man arrested, charged with multiple traffic violations

New York, like all individual states in the U.S., enacts and enforces its own traffic laws. These laws are established in order to keep the roads and all those who use them safe. When motorists are charged with violating New York traffic law, the penalties can add up quickly, and, in some cases is made more severe when a driver is charged with multiple violations.

Extreme speed a possible factor in Queens accident

Most people are aware that driving in excess of the speed limit can have serious consequences. Those consequences, however, go beyond just possible speeding tickets. When speed is a factor in an accident, the at-fault driver could face more serious charges, and the speed provides more force, which can result in greater damage and more serious injuries.

New York driver arrested, accused of traffic violations

New York and other states are responsible for creating and enforcing their own traffic laws. Individual states also have their own penalties and repercussions for violating those laws. Often when drivers are accused of committing traffic violations, they are issued tickets. Tickets typically lead to court fees and fines. In some cases, however, drivers may be placed under arrest and face much more serious consequences when they are accused of breaking traffic law.

Long Island man arrested, accused of driving on suspended license

In New York and other states, there are a number of reasons for which a person’s driver’s license could be suspended or revoked. Threat of a suspended license is, in many cases, meant to act as a deterrent to prevent drivers from committing traffic violations. Suspending or revoking a driver’s license is a more sever consequence than fines or points on your license, but is not quite as severe as a jail sentence. For the most part, drivers submit to following traffic laws in order to avoid penalties such as license suspensions and maintain roadway safety, but there are other drivers who do not.

Man accused of speeding, causing fatal accident in Brooklyn

Exceeding the speed limit can be very dangerous. It is easy to lose control of a vehicle traveling at a high rate of speed, which can lead to an accident. If a driver is speeding and causes an accident, they could face much more serious consequences, especially if someone is injured or killed.

DUI charge for New York MLB hopeful, despite being under limit

Regardless of whether you are in New York City, or another U.S. city, there are gauges and tests that are regularly used by law enforcement to determine sobriety. Authorities also rely largely on their own observations when assessing sobriety. Sometimes tests may show a person to be within the legal limit, but their behavior may indicate more serious impairment.

New York law proposes felony if suspended driver causes death

Lawmakers in New York and other states have difficult tasks. They must balance individual rights with preserving public safety. Sometimes, as is often the case with traffic laws, laws must be adjusted. Any number of reasons could lead to a law being reformed, such as no longer being applicable or in order to create stricter punishments for breaking laws. When fines or points on a driver's license do not encourage motorists to obey traffic laws, lawmakers develop and enact more severe consequences in order to ensure the roads remain safe.

Accident in New York allegedly caused by suspended driver

Criminal and traffic courts, in conjunction with the New York Department of Motor Vehicles, may suspend a driver’s license for certain traffic violations or for repeated offenses. The goal of a suspended license is to keep a driver who does not obey traffic laws off the roads. Motorists found to be operating a vehicle despite a suspended driver’s license could face more severe penalties for traffic offenses, as well as for unlicensed driving.

Speeding ticket is the least of New York man legal problems

Often, a minor traffic infraction can lead to significant other charges. Even the smallest traffic violation, such as speeding, allows law enforcement officers to stop and search you, and your vehicle if there appears to be just cause. This further investigation can turn up other legal issues, like outstanding warrants or a suspended license.

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