Memorial Day DWIs in New York State

This Memorial Day, police will be on the lookout for those who are driving under the influence of alcohol. If you are arrested and receive a DWI, you must continue reading and reach out to our experienced Rockland County criminal defense attorney to learn more about DWIs in NYS and how our firm can help […]

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What Happens If I Refuse To Take A Breathalyzer Test?

If you are stopped by a police officer who suspects you are driving under the influence of alcohol, there is a very good chance that the officer will ask you to submit to chemical testing. Of course, it may be tempting to try and refuse this test, especially if you are under the influence of […]

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What are the Consequences of a DWI With a CDL in New York?

Commercial drivers are usually responsible, professional members of our workforce. However, if a commercial driver makes one mistake and gets behind the wheel after having one drink or more, he or she may face serious ramifications if caught doing so. If you have been charged with a CDL DWI, here are some of the questions […]

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NYS Police to Crack Down on Drunk Drivers This Labor Day

This Labor Day, people will travel all over the country to visit their loved ones and enjoy the last bit of summer we have. Labor Day means barbecues, pool parties, and lots of good times to be had. However, we must all conduct ourselves responsibly. Though it is important you have fun, it is even […]

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What are the Consequences of an Aggravated DWI in New York State?

If you are charged with a DWI in New York State, you can expect harsh penalties and long-lasting ramifications. New York State does not take drunk driving cases lightly, and they will most likely do whatever they can to get you off the road. It will even further compound your problem if you have been […]

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What makes an Aggravated DWI different?

Law enforcement officers throughout New York State works hard to crack down on the number of intoxicated drivers on our roads. If your blood alcohol content is above the legal limit of 0.08 percent or higher, you will be charged with driving while intoxicated. If you are driving a commercial vehicle and your blood alcohol […]

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