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Drunk Driving

What To Do If You Have a Restricted License in NY

If you've recently found yourself with a restricted driver's license in New York, you're not alone. A restricted license is a common consequence for various traffic-related offenses, including DUI/DWI, reckless driving, or accumulating too many points on your driving record.…

What Happens If You Refuse a Breathalyzer?

Getting pulled over for suspected drunk driving can be a stressful experience. Law enforcement officers often rely on a series of tests to determine a driver's level of impairment, and one of the most common assessments is the Breathalyzer test.…

What Does a Dui Conviction Mean for My Career?

A New York drunk driving conviction can disrupt your life in a number of ways. If you are convicted of DUI, even if it is your first conviction, you risk having your driver’s license suspended, paying a hefty fine and…

What should you know about drunk driving crashes?

When many people think of drunk driving cases, they automatically consider the criminal aspect of it. This is often the most pressing matter for the defendant, but it might not be the only legal case they have to deal with.…

What does reasonable suspicion mean?

Contrary to popular belief, police officers can’t initiate a traffic stop simply because they want to irritate the driver. Instead, they’re supposed to have a reason for conducting the stop. Often, this hinges on reasonable suspicion that a law or…

Yes, drugged driving is drunk driving

Although drunk driving charges are seen as something that happens after a person ingests too much alcohol and gets caught, you should know that penalties for driving under the influence also apply to those who are impaired by drugs. Whether…

Deciding whether you should fight against a New York DUI

New York has some of the most severe drunk driving laws in the nation. For example, a first offense DUI conviction could mean the loss of your driving license for no fewer than six months. First-time offenders also risk serving…

Can you trick a field sobriety test by practicing?

Police officers who suspect someone of driving after having too much to drink will usually conduct two different kinds of tests. Chemical tests can detect the presence of alcohol or drugs in the body. Field sobriety tests help check someone…

What is the difference between New York’s DWI and DWAI charges?

Drunk driving is illegal throughout the U.S. Each jurisdiction refers to alcohol-related crimes differently, though. New York uses the terminology driving while intoxicated (DWI) and driving while ability impaired (DWAI) when referring to alcohol or drug-related crimes. You must understand…

Does alcohol tolerance impact your blood alcohol content?

When deciding if they’re sober enough to drive safely, most people just consider how they feel. They don’t pull out a breath test and see what their blood alcohol content (BAC) is at the moment. If they feel sober, they…



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