What Happens if You’re Caught Driving without Insurance or a License?

In New York State if you’re caught driving without insurance, you can be charged with a misdemeanor grade offense. If you don’t have your license with you or your license has been suspended for failure to pay tickets or a DWI and you’re caught driving, you are facing an aggravated unlicensed ticket, which is often a misdemeanor charge.

This is a criminal offense. Many times, we’re able to reduce the charge or have the charge dismissed upon proof as to the explanation behind what resulted in the suspension. It is a serious offense and you need to deal with it and treat it seriously.

The Law Office of Kevin T. Conway serves people from Rockland County facing criminal matters, including DWIs, drug crimes, violent crimes, sex crimes, larceny, juvenile crimes, and much more. If you need our legal services, contact our Spring Valley law firm for a consultation.