Drivers License Suspended, Revoked, or Uninsured New York State
Driving suspended, revoked or uninsured is considered a serious vehicle and traffic law violation. Driving suspended or revoked is a misdemeanor crime and if convicted may result in all the problems that come with any criminal conviction including having to tender your DNA to the state database, as well as having future consideration with regard to your ability to obtain and continue to maintain a driver's license. In the future should there be a DWI or other charge the Department of Motor Vehicles will look back in excess of 25 years of your driving record to determine whether or not you should receive an extended revocation of your license which could include 5, 10 or even 25 years or more of your right to and privilege to drive. Driving without insurance, while not a crime, is punishable by very severe criminal fines, as well as civil penalties imposed by the Department of Motor Vehicles. The fines come out to thousands of dollars. Many times there are adequate defenses to such charges. Unfortunately, many people plead guilty to these charges when they shouldn't have as they have a valid defense. Know your rights and know what can be done for you and what issues can be raised. Make sure you defend yourself as these matters can be looked upon for many years forward. Come in for your free consultation with Mr. Young and understand and protect your rights.
Consultations are free and you have nothing to lose by making an appointment and coming in and speaking with Mr. Young or a member of his very qualified staff on a matter of this type. Below are links to the N.Y.S. Vehicle and Traffic Law for your review of any crimes of this nature charged against your or a loved one.