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Posts tagged "suspended or revoked licenses"

Reduction in traffic deaths a top priority in New York City

New York City residents and visitors must face some of the nation’s busiest and most congested streets. With extreme density in the city, the chance for accidents to occur can be high. Traffic violations are taken seriously by law enforcement and New York traffic law can have harsh penalties depending upon the nature of a given situation. Fines are high, points on a driver’s license can raise insurance rates and license suspensions can make life challenging for many drivers.

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.

Man arrested for driving without license, hitting pedestrian

Stereotypes abound about drivers in New York. It can be assumed that anyone arrested for driving under the influence was exceptionally drunk or that they are irresponsible in general. For some people only one drink can render them over the legal limit and many responsible, professional people can be at risk for such an arrest. Alternatively, it could be thought that anyone with a revoked license has done something truly awful. In reality, the failure to pay a traffic ticket in a timely manner can lead to a suspended license.

Commercial drivers in New York face new cell phone restrictions

New York traffic laws have been evolving and can sometimes include different statutes or requirements for different types of drivers' licenses. Violations of New York traffic law can result in a variety of consequences including fines, points added to a Department of Motor Vehicle records, license suspensions and more.

Rapper's suspended license results in arrest

New York’s traffic laws range from speed limits to vehicle licensing and more. All are intended to keep the public safe in some manner. Failure to abide by any traffic law can result in fines, points on a driving record, potential increases in insurance, jail time or more. A resident can also receive a suspended driver’s license for a variety of reasons, including failure to pay fines, certain convictions or more. If a driver chooses to get behind the wheel with a suspended license, they are vulnerable to arrest if discovered by law enforcement.

Distracted driving takes center stage in New York

Getting behind the wheel of a car is a natural thing that people do every day in our society, sometimes with little thought as to the privileges inherent or the laws governing it. Today’s New York traffic law, however, are clear and sometimes strict in an effort to ensure public safety and minimize motor vehicle accidents and other problems.

Suspended license leads to City Council candidate arrest

Often times, when people hear about drivers that have arrested for driving with a suspended driver’s license, they may assume that the person is not very responsible or that they are trying to get away with something else. That may or may not be the case and the reality is that any New York driver is a candidate for this type of violation and deserves the right to have their situation handled and resolved properly.

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