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Pennsylvania Drivers: Impact of New York Traffic Convictions

The Pennsylvania DMV does not assign points if a moving violation is committed out-of-state. However, if the out-of-state ticket is not taken care of in a timely manner, suspension of the Pennsylvania driver’s license could result. While Pennsylvania does not assign points to a driving record from out of state convictions they do honor suspensions from other states. Even if you are NOT licensed in New York State, the New York State DMV will fine you if you accumulate 6 points in any 18 month period - these fines are called “driver responsibility assessments (DRA)”. The New...

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Ohio Drivers: Impact of New York Traffic Convictions

An Ohio driver convicted of a moving violation in New York will not acquire points on their Ohio license. However, the conviction will appear on the Ohio driving record, where your insurance company might consider it. Regardless of the reaction by Ohio or your insurance company, points in New York add up fast, which then leads to an expensive bill - no matter where you are licensed. If you accumulate 6 points in any 18 month period - you will be charged a “driver responsibility assessment” of $300 in addition to the original fine even with an Ohio licence. For example, a single...

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Can you help if I already pleaded guilty to my traffic ticket?

Yes, there is a procedure to withdraw a guilty plea; it is called a motion for a “writ of coram nobis.” A coram nobis is a formal motion, in writing, requesting that the court set aside the guilty plea and reopen the case. If you pleaded guilty to a traffic ticket and now wish that you had instead hired a lawyer to represent you, please call to discuss this option.

Some Causes of New York Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) Suspension

A non - CDL driver will have their driving privilege suspended if they accumulate more than 11 points or have 3 speeding convictions in any 18 months period. New York has more strict suspension rules for drivers holding a Commercial Driver’s License (“CDL”). The New York DMV will suspend a CDL for 60 days if the CDL holder is convicted of two “serious traffic violations” committed within a three year period arising from separate incidents regardless of whether the convictions occurred in New York State or outside of the state. The suspension period will be 120...

New York Points for Speeding Tickets and Traffic Infractions

The New York Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) keeps track of NY driving records with a point system.  Many traffic violations and all speeding ticket convictions have points associated with them. Points mean fees, revocation, suspension, and can cause increases in your insurance premiums. Our goal is to protect your record from points by a securing a dismissal or negotiating a plea bargain to a reduced charge with less or no points. Depending on your driving record and the circumstances of your case, reductions to no-point, non-moving violations are often possible. ...

Driver License Compact: New York and Most States Share Traffic Ticket Information

Driver License Compact New York State has entered in a Driver License Compact with several other states to: Promote compliance with the laws, ordinances, and administrative rules and regulations relating to the operation of motor vehicles by their operators in each of the jurisdictions where such operators drive motor vehicles. Make the reciprocal recognition of licenses to drive and eligibility therefor more just and equitable by considering the overall compliance with motor vehicle laws, ordinances and administrative rules and regulations as a condition precedent to the continuance or...

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Massachusetts Drivers: Impact of New York Traffic Convictions

The Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles shares (RMV) driving record information with other states. The RMV will record certain out of states convictions on your Massachusetts driving record as if they happened in Massachusetts. Additionally, New York traffic convictions may cause your Massachusetts license to be suspended. If you are licensed to drive in Massachusetts and have received a speeding or other traffic ticket in New York call (315) 364-1155 to speak to an attorney to help you minimize the impact of that ticket in NY and and at home.

Maryland Drivers: Impact of New York Traffic Convictions

Like New York and most states in the United States, Maryland is a member of the Driver's License Compact(“Compact”). Through this Compact the member states share information about driver convictions and suspensions with other member states. The Maryland MVA will therefore assess points on a Maryland record for certain out-of-state violations as identified in the Compact. These violations are: Alcohol or drug related offenses; Leaving the scene of a personal injury accident; Homicide or manslaughter involving a vehicle; Use of a motor vehicle in the commission...

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New Jersey Drivers: Impact of New York Traffic Convictions

A New Jersey driver convicted of a moving violation in New York will acquire points on their New Jersey driving record. New Jersey is a member the Driver License Compactand the Nonresident Violator Compact with a majority of other US states including New York. Through these agreements, the member states share information on all traffic violations. A driver licensed in NJ, convicted of a moving violation in New York, such as speeding, will receive 2 points on their New Jersey driving record. Our goal is to minimize the affect of your New York traffic ticket both in New York and in...

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What is a restricted use license?

The New York DMV may issue a restricted use licensed to a driver who qualifies for such a license after a revocation or suspension due to violations not related to alcohol or drugs. The DMV determines if you qualify under the law for the restricted use license and will notify you if you are eligible. A restricted use license allows driving: to the applicant's employment, business, trade, occupation or profession, or to his travel to and from a class or course at an accredited school, college or university or at a state approved institution of vocational or technical training, or,...





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Mr. Bruffet and his office staff handled 2 speeding tickets for me. One was last year and was moved to a non-moving violation and this last one was a significant reduction in points and surcharge. I am so pleased and have provided my healthcare firm with his information as we travel across Upstate NY on a daily basis. Highly recommend.

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Mr. Azria is great! Helped me greatly and rectified my case I'm a very efficient manner! He is reliable, gets the job done and understands how valuable your time is. I highly recommend him! Thank you Mr. Azria! Warmest Regards, Dr. D.

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I had a ticket that I didn't know how I was going to get taken care of but then the Azria Law Firm was able to get it reduced and resolved for which I was very grateful.

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Seth and Monica are amazing together working to help me with my ticket in upstate NY. They are very attentive, understanding, and willing to give detailed explanations of the process from start to finish. Great results. Seth puts his clients first, which is an amazing thing in today's world. I will use Seth for any issue in NY.

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