A valid driver’s license is proof that you have earned the right to pilot a vehicle throughout the state of New York. If your past driving history has led to a suspension or revocation of your license, this will mean that you have lost your driving privileges because the court has ordered you not to drive.
If you are stopped and cited for driving while your license is suspended, you could face immediate consequences that could jeopardize your driving privileges and, in the worst cases, your freedom.
Individuals who are pulled over while driving with a suspended license could be arrested and could be facing misdemeanor or felony charges depending on the circumstances.
We seek defense strategies that help you walk out of a court with a clean slate,
Contact The Law Office of Zev Goldstein at 845-371-8457 today for a free consultation, and find out what your options are. With 5 years as the Traffic Court prosecutor for the City of Albany, and 34 years in private practice, NY ticket violation Attorney Goldstein will provide you with quality legal advice and defense.