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Suspended or Revoked Licenses Archives

Driver arrested for driving with suspended license

Drivers in and around New York City are under constant watch by law enforcement. With the mayor’s Vision Zero plan and several programs instituted in an effort to reduce accidents and traffic fatalities, every incident is closely monitored. Safety is important indeed yet it is also important to remember that many things can make it possible for anyone to be found driving with an alcohol level over the legal limit or to have a suspended driver’s license. Many very responsible people end up in these situations and should not always be looked upon as irresponsible.

Increased fines and jail time sought for suspended license offenses

New York traffic law can be complex and change with the introduction of new legislation or amendments to existing laws. In addition, special programs like the Vision Zero effort launched by New York City’s mayor can bring increased oversight by law enforcement to specific violations. Whether speeding, driving under the influence, distracted driving or operating a motor vehicle with a suspended driver’s license, drivers can face a multitude of penalties.

Suspended license leads actor to police station

As the public becomes more and more aware of New York’s crackdown on speeding, it is still important to remain aware of the legal ramifications of other potential vehicular violations that one can be charged with. Driving with a suspended license is one such offense. Depending on the particular situation, fines or other penalties may apply to persons found guilty of operating a vehicle with a suspended driver’s license.

Man faces suspended license in two states after DWI conviction

Drivers in New York can be cited for and convicted of drunk driving even if they hold drivers’ licenses in other states. Any driver must obey the local laws when driving in New York and may be subject to the same penalties as residents of the state. This can include a suspended driver’s license, fines, jail time and more.

Old traffic ticket data can now be used for new citations

Drivers in New York have always had to take caution against traffic stops and citations. Following the laws of the road is a way to stay safe and to avoid fines and other penalties like points on a driver’s license. As the city continues its crackdown on speeding and other traffic violations, more and more drivers are at risk of receiving tickets, requiring greater care on the part of all residents.

More than 7,800 drivers' licenses are suspended for back taxes

New York traffic law is taking center stage in the city with the Mayor’s Vision Zero plan, the implementation of several slow zones and more. Even jaywalkers have found themselves receiving tickets more frequently than before. In addition to fines and state surcharges, some traffic violations can even result in a suspended driver’s license for some people.

Rapper receives felony traffic charge

In the world of traffic violations, the range of offenses and related penalties can be great. Depending upon the nature of a circumstance, a driver in New York could face fines, points added to a driving record, a suspended driver's license and potentially even jail time. The laws and rules of the department of motor vehicles are intended to keep the public safe and allow law enforcement to issue citations in many situations.

IID after DWI could maintain driving privileges in New Jersey

New York City residents may frequently drive in both New York and New Jersey, making the need to be aware of each state’s traffic laws important. While many laws and penalties may be common between the two states, there are still others that vary greatly. When person will face a suspended license, for example, is one such consequence that can vary, especially when concerning drunk driving convictions.

Man arrested for driving with suspended license twice in one week

Drivers in the state of New York can find themselves faced with a variety of fines being assessed or points added to their driving record all too easily. A parking ticket fine that was inadvertently overlooked, for example, can end up causing more serious problems down the road. In other situations, there may be more serious offenses that lead to the revocation of driving privileges. No matter the reason, driving with a suspended driver’s license itself can only add to the complications if such action is found.

Child's death instigates push for tougher consequences to drivers

New York traffic laws account for a variety of crimes and charges based upon the circumstances. Some offenses may be minor and others more serious, determining the ultimate charge as a misdemeanor or felony and what degree should be assigned to them. Driving under the influence, speeding, reckless driving and failing to obey traffic signals are some of the basic and more commonly violated traffic laws. Driving with a suspended license is yet another charge that faces many New York drivers.

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