(AUO) AGGRAVATED UNLICENSED OPERATOR/DRIVING
WITH A SUSPENDED LICENSE
(AUO) Aggravated Unlicensed Operator/Driving With a Suspended License
In old times, violation of NY Vehicle and Traffic Law §511 - operating a motor vehicle with a revoked or suspended license was not considered a crime. Now, It is illegal to drive In New York when your driver license or driving privilege is suspended or revoked. With §511 being a crime, an arrest warrant will be issued. Ways in which people get their license suspended or revoked are:
Conviction of charges involving driving under the effect of alcohol or drugs
Being the driver in a motor vehicle crash that involved a fatality
Failure to answer/appear in court for a traffic ticket
Failure to file a motor vehicle accident report
Failure to follow rules for junior drivers
Failure to maintain auto liability insurance
Failure to pay for a traffic ticket fine
Failing a DMV road test
Failing to pay child support
Having unpaid NY State Tax debts
Involvement in an uninsured motor vehicle accident
Making a false statement on an application for a license or registration
Receiving too many traffic tickets in a certain amount of time
If you are charged with violating NY Vehicle and Traffic Law §511, you need to be represented by a criminal lawyer right away.
(AUO) Aggravated Unlicensed Operator /Driving With a Suspended Registration
NY Vehicle and Traffic Law §512; defined.
Any person who operates any motor vehicle upon a public highway while the certificate of registration of such motor vehicle or privilege of operation of such motor vehicle in this state or privilege of obtaining a certificate of registration issued by the commissioner is suspended or revoked shall be guilty of a misdemeanor.
If you are charged with violating NY Vehicle and Traffic Law §512, you need to be represented by a criminal lawyer right away.
Contact Ezdrin & Woods, P.C. Nassau County, Long Island Criminal Defense Lawyer
To schedule a free consultation at our office for (AUO) Aggravated Unlicensed Operator/Driving With a Suspended License in Nassau County, Long Island, call us at (516) 307-1330.