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Driver's License Suspension or Revocation Archives

Losing your driver's license can be costly

Being charged with drunk driving is almost always going to mean that you won't be able to drive a car legally because your driver's license will be suspended or revoked. For those who are used to driving themselves around, losing their driver's license can make life very difficult. We know that you might not think you can live without your driver's license. We can't promise that we will be able to help you keep your license, but we can work toward minimizing the effects of the license loss.

Your driving privileges are at stake after a DUI-related charge

Not having your driver's license is a huge burden for many people since it can affect every aspect of your life. Without your driver's license, you will have to depend on public transit or other people to get you to work, doctor's appointments, the grocery store and other places that you need to go. If you are facing a drunk driving charge in New York, there is a good chance that your driver's license will be revoked or suspended.

What is a conditional license after a revocation or suspension?

When you are convicted of an impaired driving offense, you might have to go through the Impaired Driver Program. This program is geared toward preventing future instances of drunk or impaired driving by a person who has been previously convicted.

All drunk driving convictions lead to driver's license loss

There are several different charges related to drunk driving that a person might face if he or she is driving drunk in New York. The classification of the charge placed against you can have an effect on the possible penalties that you face if you are convicted, but all charges have one thing in common -- you lose your driver's license for a certain period of time.

Options might be possible to avoid a drivers' license suspension

One of the penalties that can affect a person who is convicted of drunk driving is the suspension or revocation of their driver's license. Without a driver's license, it is difficult to get around the city, as they are accustomed to doing. It can make it hard to get to work or to get children to and from their activities. We know that having your driver's license suspended can adversely affect many aspects of your life. We can help you to explore the options you have for fighting a driver's license suspension or revocation.

What does it mean for my license to be revoked or suspended?

When you are facing drunk driving charges, you face having your driver's license suspended or revoked. In both cases, you will be unable to drive legally. It is vital that you understand some finer points about having your driver's license taken away so that you can work toward getting it back when your revocation or suspension period is completed.

What are the different types of drivers' license suspensions?

Many people know that being convicted of a drunk driving offense in New York can lead to a driver's license suspension or revocation. In New York, there are four types of suspensions that a driver might receive. Each type has specific points that anyone who drives in the state should know.

Fight for your driving privileges in New York after DUI or DWI

In our post last week, we discussed how some people in New York who have a drunk driving conviction might be able to get a restricted driver's license instead of having to deal with a full license revocation. As we discussed, these programs come with very strict requirements for the drivers. If those requirements aren't upheld, the driver can lose the restricted license and will end up with no driving privileges at all. We know how difficult it is for our New York readers to deal with any sort of restrictions on a license or a full revocation of the license. We are here to help you fight against driver's license related issues.

What is a conditional drivers' license in New York?

In New York, a person who is convicted of a drunk driving charge might find out that their drivers' license is being suspended or revoked. This can cause significant problems for some people. Getting to work or school can often be a complicated issue. For some people, getting a conditional drivers' license or driving privileges might help them to be able to get to and from vital places.

New York woman offered plea deal for drunk driving charge

Facing drunk driving charges is something that no driver ever wants to have to face. For some people who are involved in jobs that keep them in the public's eye, charges like that can be devastating. A recent drunk driving case has come to light that shows how important it is to have experienced representation.