Out of State Drivers
In addition to representing hundreds of Birmingham speeding violation clients with Alabama licenses, Kreps Law Firm attorneys also represents many clients with out of state licenses.
Just because you have an out of state license does not mean that a conviction on your driving record will not affect your right to drive.
Once a conviction is entered in an Alabama court, the conviction is sent to the Alabama Department of Public Safety, who in turn forwards that information to the issuing state’s department of public safety. From that point, the issuing state can apply its own laws and assess points according to the statutes in place at the time of conviction.
In many states, one or two convictions on your driving record can lead to a suspension of your driving privileges. And states exist wherein a conviction for going 15 or even 10 miles per hour over the posted limit will result in a suspension of your driving privileges.
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