Driver'S License

A driver's license/licence or driving licence is an official document which states that a person may operate one or more types of motorized vehicles, such as a motorcycle, car, truck, or a bus, on a public roadway without in-vehicle supervision. The laws relating to the licensing of drivers vary between jurisdictions. In some jurisdictions, a license is issued after the recipient has passed a driving test, while in others, a person acquires a license before beginning to drive. Different categories of license often exist for different types of motor vehicles, particularly large trucks and passenger vehicles.
Posts about Driver'S License
  • PSP Illegally Disclosing LTCF Information Through NCIC

    … Over the past couple days, I have received several reports, one from a 911 dispatcher, that approximately 3 days ago, an update was completed to the NCIC system, whereby when an officer in Pennsylvania runs an individual’s driver’s license, if the individual has a license to carry firearms (LTCF), the information relating to the individual’s LTCF…

    Joshua Prince/ Prince Law Offices, P.C.- 11 readers -
  • Child Charged with DWI – What To Do

    … is arrested and charged with DUI, they may be asked to take a Breathalyzer test. However, a minor driver has the option to refuse the breath test, but it exposes them to the risk of suffering a more severe license penalties. Despite that it is still best to pass on the option of giving a breath test in most situations. Usually, DUI cases are heard…

    Tad Nelson/ Tad Nelson & Associates- 34 readers -
  • Are Commercial Truck Accident Cases Different Than Car Accident Cases?

    … accidents. Some of these are detailed below. Truck drivers and trucking companies are subject to federal and state regulations to which non-commercial vehicles are not. Every driver on the road is required to have a driver’s license and follow traffic laws. People who drive commercial vehicles are subject to additional federal2 and state regulations…

    Bruning Legal- 28 readers -
  • Credit After Bankrutpcy Just Got a Bit Better

    … This just in! As originally reported in the New York Times and posted through Consumerists’ (@Consumerist) blog, JP Morgan Chase and Bank of America have both agreed to clear debt from credit reports that was discharged in bankruptcy. This is great news and about time the big banks acted in accordance with federal laws. These corrections would…

    Christine Kingston/ Los Angeles Bankruptcy Law Monitor- 39 readers -
  • Can Bankruptcy Help Me with Past Due Child Support?

    … debt issues too. When you’re done with your plan, credit card debts, medical bills, car notes, past due mortgage balances, pay day loans, past due taxes, and most all other types of debt that you have is also gone. You emerge free of these debts. Please note that if you have an ongoing mortgage payment, student loans (to the extent not paid in your…

    Ed Woods/ Bond and Botes- 43 readers -
  • The Sobriety Checkpoint Debate

    … checkpoints from attorneys, law enforcement, and citizens. In Florida, attorney Warren Redlich has created a simple, yet popular method for drivers to navigate a sobriety checkpoint. Redlich’s recipe includes a plastic bag that contains a driver’s license, insurance, registration, and a piece of paper that is known as the “fair DUI flier.” The flier states…

    Tad Nelson/ Tad Nelson & Associates- 22 readers -
  • Can a Traffic Ticket Have Serious Consequences?

    … not have an attorney to appear on your behalf, the judge will likely issue a warrant for your arrest. This means that the next time you have an encounter with a law enforcement officer, you may be immediately arrested and taken to jail. License Suspension Even if you appear in court as you should and pay the fine for your ticket, any moving offense…

    www.kcarplaw.com- 11 readers -
  • Frequently Asked Questions About Traffic Offenses

    … traffic tickets. What are the potential penalties associated with a traffic ticket? Generally speaking, the penalties associated with pleading guilty to a traffic ticket include fines and points1 being added to your driver’s license. If you accrue too many points in a given period of time, it can result in the suspension or revocation of your…

    criminaldefenseattorneyinchicago.com- 23 readers -
  • What Steps Should Be Taken Following a Collision?

    …. Exchange information with the other parties involved as soon as possible. Get all important information such as names, addresses, telephone numbers, driver’s license, registration and insurance details. If there are any witnesses get their names and addresses also. Ask any local witnesses if the area is a site of recurring accidents. After a car…

    Bruning Legal- 27 readers -
  • DWI & Potential License Suspension

    … that affected drivers seek professional legal representation to make sure they have met all those requirements prior to filing. License Reinstatement after Refusal Suspension In some cases, suspension is inevitable after a Galveston DWI. After an affected driver’s license has been suspended, there are certain steps that must be taken in order to get…

    Tad Nelson/ Tad Nelson & Associates- 30 readers -
  • Arrested for DWI: Here Are the Penalties

    …) for a BAC of .16% or more. Criminal Record DWI convictions are recorded for 10 years, during which time they can be used to influence court decisions in future similar charges. Other Penalties Most first-time DWI offenders can also expect their driver’s license to be suspended for between 90 and 365 days, depending on the severity of the crime…

    Law Office of James Alston- 21 readers -
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