Why Might My Conditional License Be Revoked In The Buffalo Area?

You will lose your conditional license if convicted of any moving violation or of driving at any time or in any place that the conditional license restricts.

In these cases, you may continue to attend the Drinking Driver Program (DDP) but are prohibited from driving. Upon completion of the program (without further incident), your full license will be restored if you are 21 years of age or older. If you are under the age of 21 and lose your conditional license for the above reasons, you will still have to serve a one year revocation period after completing the DDP.

If you are convicted of any drug or alcohol related violations, you will also lose your conditional license. Again, you may continue to participate in the DDP without driving, but in these cases, your full license will not be restored upon completion, but only after an additional required revocation period.

Being ejected from the DDP will result in loss of your conditional license and the reinstatement of the full length of your original license suspension or revocation.

If you have questions regarding drunk driving laws or arrests in New York’s Buffalo Area- and would like to speak with an attorney about the possible implications- feel free to call the Law Office of Friedman & Ranzenhofer at 716-542-5444. We can provide the help you need.

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