If while driving with a valid IL license through NY state an individual received moving violations and settled them in court, will NY state DMV or related parties report those back to IL? And what will IL receive and is it something they can act on?
An Illinois licensed lawyer won't know whether new york reports moving convictions to other states, but if they do Illinois' secretary of state will note them on an Illinois driving record, and, depending on the charge, suspend or revoke the Illinois license. You don't say what the charges are, or the dispositions, but if Illinois finds out about an out of state DUI it will suspend the Illinois license for at least six months.
Both New York and Illinois are members of the Problem Driver Pointer System. They report violations and vehicle crimes such as DUI to each other. If an IL driver gets a ticket in NY, NY will report the result to IL. Whether IL will act depends on how IL treats that particular offense in IL.
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Generally, an out of state moving violation conviction will not show up on your state driver's license. Your privilege to drive in Illinois is affected by moving violations in Illinois. If, however, you fail to pay a ticket in another state and it is reported to Illinois, the you may have an issue. I would contact a local traffic ticket attorney to discuss the matter more thoroughly.
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