What happens if I violate my conditional license?

Violating the terms of your conditional license in New York can result in serious consequences. When a driver is granted a conditional license, they must follow the restrictions that come with it. They can only drive for limited purposes, such as going to work.

Driving outside of allowed locations or committing any moving violations can mean further penalties for the driver. Conditional license violations can result in fines and even jail time. Your license will be revoked, and you may be ticketed for a traffic infraction. 

Conditional license violations are taken seriously in New York. They can worsen your existing legal problems, especially if the violations are related to any probation conditions arising from an underlying offense.

If you have been accused of breaking the rules of your conditional license, contact a New York defense attorney right away. Brill Legal Group can help you fight the penalties of the violation. We can also make sure you understand the rules for driving on a conditional license.

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