If he was cited for the moving violation, then he is subject to having the intermediate license suspended or withdrawn if he pleads guilty or is convicted of a moving violation. I believe your friend must be free from any moving violations for 12 months before he can apply for a full licence at age 18. I suggest that he consult with an attorney who specializes in traffic offenses for a consultation.
He could. Did he receive a traffic citation for anything. If no citation was received then unlikely.
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What was he charged with? If he wasn't cited for anything, then there's nothing upon which the court may act. If he received a ticket, have him consult with a traffic lawyer. Most of them offer free consultations.
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Consult a local traffic ticket attorney - usually inexpensive & well worth it in the long run. Can locat a traffic ticket lawyer in your area right here on AVVO under the heading "Find a Lawyer"
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