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Posts tagged "Suspended or Revoked Licenses"

Man receives felony charge for driving with suspended license

Driving with a suspended license can open a person up to the risk of some very severe consequences, especially in the case of multiple offenses. Sometimes, a person can even be unaware that their license is suspended. For example, a traffic ticket that is overlooked and accidentally not paid can eventually lead one to have their license suspended. A driver may not even be aware of this until they are stopped for something or receive notification from the DMV. No matter the reason, New York drivers should take caution to avoid unnecessary penalties.

Charges dropped against New York DJ, driver's license reinstated

When law enforcement issues a driver a ticket for a traffic offense, they have an obligation to resolve that ticket, whether it be paying a fine or going before a judge to contest the ticket. While the consequences of a ticket may not severe, if a motorist disregards a traffic ticket, it could result in a suspended driver’s license, which can have much longer, more significant effects.

New York governor toughens law against drunk driving with kids

Like most New York vehicle and traffic laws, the state's drunken driving laws and their consequences are established and enforced in order to ensure order and safety on the roads. Due to the serious ramifications of drinking and driving, New York's drunken driving laws are among the toughest in the United States. Motorists who are caught driving under the influence of alcohol face stiff penalties, including a license suspension and possibly even jail time.

Driver in fatal car crash sentenced to 6-month license suspension

Driving is considered a privilege in New York City and other cities across the U.S. When a driver commits multiple or serious traffic violations, they may face a suspended license as a consequence. Distracted driving, speeding and disobeying traffic signs and signals are types of violations that can lead to a driver’s license suspension.

60-license suspensions for texting junior drivers in New York

Between 2005 and 2011, the state of New York reported a doubling of the number of car accidents where cellphone use was involved. In 2011 alone, there were reportedly more than 25,000 car accidents caused by distracted drivers that resulted in injury or death. In order to combat these staggering numbers and increase the safety of New York’s roadways, New York lawmakers have created and enacted laws with harsher consequences for distracted drivers.

Driver in Brooklyn accused of violating move over law

New York City lawmakers and officials develop and enact traffic laws to maintain order and safety on the roadways. While some laws are aimed at protecting motorists themselves, others are meant to serve as protection for the pedestrians, cyclists, workers and others who share the roads with drivers.

Alleged drunk driver's license suspended after arrest

In New York City and elsewhere, driving is a privilege. Just like parents take privileges away from their children when they misbehave, the benefit of being permitted to drive can be suspended or revoked. A motorist may have a suspended license for a number of reasons, including repeated or aggravated traffic violations.

New York man continues to drive, despite 25 license suspensions

In New York City, as well as in other cities and towns throughout the U.S., having a driver’s license is a privilege. When drivers violate certain laws, particularly traffic laws, the department of motor vehicles can suspend and even revoke that privilege. Despite the ability to suspend and revoke drivers’ licenses, it can be difficult for police to impose those suspensions, often resulting in more time being added onto the suspension, in addition to increased fines and even the possibility of a revocation hearing.

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.

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.

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