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Driving with a suspended or revoked New York license is usually charged as a serious misdemeanor punishable by substantial fines and up to a year in jail.
Under some circumstances in Nassau and Suffolk Counties, if someone is killed or injured in an accident caused by a driver whose New York Drivers license is suspended or revoked, the offense can be charged as a felony, with a huge fine and a possible New York state prison sentence.
Long Island, Manhattan and Queens have tickets, fines, and possible jail sentences, and are typically heaviest in cases where the New York Drivers license suspension or revocation resulted from a traffic offense involving alcohol and or drugs.
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