AUO is the most common traffic misdemeanor. It has 3 degrees, with AUO 1st being an E felony. We take a comprehensive approach to resolving these charges and getting our clients back on the road.
Driver courses like, Alive at 25 and defensive driving, are sometimes required by prosecutors. Other times they help drivers. Learn more.
New York and North Carolina both signed the Driver License Compact and therefore share traffic ticket conviction information. When North Carolina receives conviction information from New York, it will generally record it as if the violation occurred in North Carolina.
NY VTL §509.1. is usually a roadside reduction charged instead of the more serious Aggravated Unlicensed Operation (AUO) or a negotiated reduction from the AUO. Learn more.
California assigns 1 point for al speeding and most other traffic infractions. More serious convictions get 2 points, and CDL drivers have a reporting requirement.
Drivers must move to the left lane when an emergency vehicle in in the right lane. Convictions for failure to move over carries 2 points.
Lists the state to allow you to easily find your home state and discover what effect a conviction on NY will have on you back home.
Courts and the DMV suspend drivers, This covers 5 common reasons and offers fixes.
The Connecticut DMV treats its drivers with New York traffic convictions differently based on the type of driver and the type of offense. The two states share information and Connecticut will honor a suspension from a NY court....
Generally, an Ontario driver convicted of a driving offense in the State of New York will acquire points just as if the offense happened in Ontario.