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How Does A NY Electronic Device Ticket Affect My New Jersey License?
9Nov

How Does A NY Electronic Device Ticket Affect My New Jersey License?

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Matthew Weiss

Matthew J. Weiss, Esq. graduated Hofstra Law School in 1984. He was Law Review and won the law school’s prestigious Procedure Award. Upon graduation, he became one of the first Hofstra Law School graduates to work at the New York State Court of Appeals (New York State’s highest court) working on various appellate matters.

Comments (6)

steve - December 21, 2016 11:47 am

it might affect your insurance rates and or underwriting. points or no points.

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    Matthew Weiss - December 21, 2016 12:54 pm

    Steve,

    An electronic device ticket will NOT affect your insurance rates if you have an otherwise clean record. However, if you get another conviction or accident with 36 months of the date of your electronic device, then your rates could be raised.

    Matthew Weiss

GEVORG HOVHANNISYAN - December 13, 2016 9:11 pm

I use to live in NY, I had tickets pending on my NY license until today, but now I live in PA and I carry PA driver license, I surrender my NY license. Couple days ago I got pulled over in NY for cellphone with my PA license and now I am checking and it shows 5 point there, it seems like it will be on my NY license, is it possible that it will effect my old NY license ? can I plea guilty and pay the fine ? does the points will effect my old NY license ? I consider now out-of state driver.

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    Matthew Weiss - December 13, 2016 10:07 pm

    GEVORG HOVHANNISYAN,

    If you surrendered your NY license, then this new ticket will only impact your PA license. Yes, you can plead guilty and just pay the fine (if you want).

    Matthew Weiss

Michelle Mendelsohn - November 9, 2016 11:13 am

Does it carry points in the State of Florida?

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    Matthew Weiss - November 10, 2016 5:52 pm

    Michelle Mendelsohn,

    I’m told by my Florida traffic lawyer buddy that illegal texting and driving in Florida carries 0 points.

    Matthew Weiss

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