Yes, the court can suspend his license. I suggest strongly that you hire an attorney with expeirence in juvenile cases to assist you. It can save you a lot of money and hassle in the future. The points and suspension can affect your insurance and his future insurability. Good luck.
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In addition to the other answers, it is possible for a juvy court to grant driving privileges during a suspension after your son jumps through some hoops: a safety class, essay, maybe even a little community service (I know sounds ridiculous but juvy courts have lots of discretion.) It is a good thing that he was not 20 mph over the speed limit because that would cause more headache. Since you rely on him for transport, it would be a very good idea to hire an attorney who has experience in the particular court which has jurisdiction. Sometimes the "pain" can be reduced.
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