You could face mandatory revocation of your license as a result of?
A single conviction of reckless driving
This will depend on what jurisdiction you are in, as different states and countries have different rules. Common offences that might cause you to lose your license include: -Persistently breaking the speed limit -Running red lights -Driving under the influence of illegal drugs -Driving above the legal limit for alcohol -Driving dangerously in other ways. Normally, for your license to be suspended, you will have to be taken to court.
You could face mandatory revocation of your license as a relult of lying about ownership of your vehicle driving 5 to 10 mph over the speed limit or a child restraint violation?
You will be prohibited from renewing and or having reissued, a drivers license, when your status is deemed suspended in any state in the United States. One question you will be asked at issuance is "Are your currently under suspension or revocation in any state?". If you answer untruthfully, you could be subject to prosecution for perjury.
If you surrender your operator's license in lieu of a fine how long must you wait before you can re-apply all over again in the US?
The state in whihc you live makes the laws governing driver's license. You would need to check the state statutes that apply to your situation. You could call the DMV and ask. Laws that apply to driver's licenses and the revocation or reinstatement of them are made by states. To find out when the suspension ends a person should contact the court clerk where the revocation was ordered, or the state DMV. If a person…
Bankruptcy will not prevent you from renewing your insurance license. When your license is renewed, one of the administrative action or sanction questions will cover bankruptcy and require you to answer "yes". This will immediately flag your renewal application to require legal documentation. After the renewal has been submitted, you or your compliance service provider will need to submit the proper legal documentation about the bankruptcy to the department(s) of insurance for review. Failure to…
It all depends on why your drivers license is expired, if its expired because of revocation or suspension you could pay a big fine and spend up to 60 days in jail; if it was for you just did not do it you could have to pay minm of $63 fine and possibly have to take a vision test,driving and written test again if your lucky they will just give you a warning.
Then this could be considered a traffic criminal offense, for which you could get arrested and taken to jail. In some states, like Florida, if your drivers license was suspended for less than four months, you could be issued a traffic citation for which a mandatory court appearance is required. If it has been longer than four months suspended then you could get arrested and taken to jail. And the penalties can be enhanced. Habitual.
There is no absolute bar from obtaining a license to practice law with a DUI/DWI, but the process does involve an extensive background check, and explanation is probably necessary. A committee generally will make the decision about whether or not you are fit to practice law in light of your prior indiscretion. If you already have a law license, being cited for DUI/DWI will not necessarily lead to revocation of your license, but it could…
Sort of a "catch-all" description for a judicial, a non-judicial, or a 'quasi-judicial' hearing at which decisions are made. It could have reference to a DMV hearing at which a decision on your drivers license is being considered - a quasi-judcial hearing at which a decision is gong to be made about revoking your parole/probation, etc.
If your professional license was revoked in one state can you still practice your profession in other stae when you have your current license?
If you hold multiple licenses from several states the fact that one of the states revoked your privileges COULD have an impact on their decision to license you also. If you hold a current, valid license to practice within a certain state it MIGHT be legal to practice there despite your revocation elsewhere - UNLESS - the state has a requirement that you notify them of your change of status in any other jurisdiction. Tread…