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The answer to the first question is yes. The second question was not finished.
The fine for the violation has to be paid to Ohio, and when it comes time to have the suspension lifted, this will be processed in
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I don't have a problem with that. It's just that a lot of people say they will and then they don't!
Yes, you will have to pay a processing fee to New Mexico (I don't know how much it is) to have the suspended license restored. If you want, I can get that information for you this Friday.
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Happy New Year!
Friday is fine Sorry for making you umcomterble
If you mean some sort of surcharge, the answer is no.
If the offense was committed in Ohio and you were convicted in Ohio, you cannot also be penalized or for it in New Mexico - to do so would be "double jeopardy", which is prohibited by the US Constitution (5th Amendment).