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New York Traffic Points and Penalties

How many points will the New York DMV assess a person for driving 14 miles per hour above the speed limit in a school zone for the second time in a year

How many points will the New York DMV assess a person for driving 14 miles per hour above the speed limit in a school zone for the second time in a year

New York Traffic Points and Penalties

by Jurisware, LLC
New York Traffic Points and Penalties
New York Traffic Points and Penalties
New York Traffic Points and Penalties

What is it about?

How many points will the New York DMV assess a person for driving 14 miles per hour above the speed limit in a school zone for the second time in a year? How much jail time can a person receive for driving with a license revoked for a prior DWI conviction? What is the mandatory surcharge and crime victim assistance fee for an equipment-related infraction?

New York Traffic Points and Penalties

App Details

Version
1.5.1
Rating
NA
Size
10Mb
Genre
Reference Education
Last updated
July 11, 2016
Release date
September 18, 2015
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App Store Description

How many points will the New York DMV assess a person for driving 14 miles per hour above the speed limit in a school zone for the second time in a year? How much jail time can a person receive for driving with a license revoked for a prior DWI conviction? What is the mandatory surcharge and crime victim assistance fee for an equipment-related infraction?

New York Traffic Points and Penalties can answer all of these questions, and more!

Designed as a legal reference and educational aid for judges, lawyers, law enforcement, probation officers, civil servants, and non-commercial drivers, NYTP&P offers selected offenses from the New York Vehicle and Traffic Law in a fast, searchable, and easy-to-navigate format. For each offense, the app provides summaries of:

- Offense citation;
- Offense classification (infraction, misdemeanor, felony);
- Fines;
- Jail sentences;
- Mandatory surcharges and crime victim assistance fees;
- Points;
- License suspension and revocation;
- Civil penalties; and,
- Driver Responsibility Assessments.

Aggravating factors and prior offenses are easily selectable to show the effect on a judge's sentencing options.

Bookmarks allow saving of often-referenced sections for quick review.

As a bonus feature, NYTP&P provides a direct link to Jurisware's powerful and free-to-use web application at https://www.jurisware.com which breaks down each offense into a reader-friendly format.

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