All fifty states issue driver’s licenses, and conversely, all have penalties for driving without one. Driving with a suspended or revoked license in New York State is a crime, and can also result in felony charges. Penalties can include fines, probation, and/or jail. If convicted, you will have a criminal record which could affect many aspects of your life including future employment opportunities and the possibility of permanent revocation of your driving privileges.
In October of 2012, the New York State Department of Motor Vehicles passed new regulations that dramatically increased the penalties and sanctions for drivers with repeated alcohol related offenses. These new regulations could even trigger the possibility of permanent revocation of your driving privileges. This means that experienced and skilled attorneys have to carefully scrutinize their client’s lifetime driving record prior to resolving any important traffic offense.
Driving gives you a sense of freedom. It can be devastating to have your license suspended or revoked. Regardless of your situation, the attorneys at The Law Offices of Jaworski & Giacobbe will create a comprehensive plan to get you back on the road as quickly as possible while also preventing points on your driving record, avoiding heavy fines and surcharges and minimizing the possibility of increased insurance rates.
If your driver’s license has been suspended or revoked, speak with a dedicated legal professional at The Law Offices of Jaworski & Giacobbe by calling (716) 895-4210 or contacting us online.