NY Penal Law § 60.20
1. When a person is convicted of a traffic infraction, the sentence of the court shall be as follows:
(a) A period of conditional discharge, as provided in article sixty-five; or
(b) Unconditional discharge as provided in section 65.20; or
(c) A fine or a sentence to a term of imprisonment, or both, as prescribed in and authorized by the provision that defines the infraction; or
(d) A sentence of intermittent imprisonment, as provided in article eighty-five.
2. Where a sentence of conditional discharge is imposed for a traffic infraction, all incidents of the sentence shall be the same as would be applicable if the sentence were for a violation.
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