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4 Times Law Enforcement Can Pull You Over for New York DWI

There are several arguments a New York DWI lawyer can make in defense to charges of driving while intoxicated, shortened to DWI or DUI in New York. Some of the strongest strategies rely on procedural mistakes or missteps by law enforcement during a New York DWI stop and arrest. Procedural arguments against a New York…

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5 Steps You Should Take If Accused of a New York Hit-and-Run

A New York traffic lawyer will defend several instances of hit-and-run each year. Every single one of these cases is different. Sometimes a client was falsely accused of a hit-and-run because of mistaken identity. In other cases, the accused driver had no knowledge that an accident occurred or property was damaged. Then there are cases…

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Clients Ask: Do I Even Need to Fight a Monticello Speeding Ticket?

Issuance of speeding tickets is a rather common occurrence in Monticello, NY. A police officer in the area may issue several tickets a day, which would number over a thousand tickets per year. For a town that has just over 6,000 residents, that is a lot of speeding tickets in Monticello alone. Of course, many…


Subsequent Offense for DWI: A Monticello DWI Lawyer Explains What You’re Up Against

If you are convicted of DWI in New York you can expect to face hefty administrative penalties and criminal punishment. A local court in Monticello is able to assess a criminal fine up to $1,000 and suspend your license for a minimum of six months. It is also mandatory that anyone convicted of a first…


How Does a Sullivan County DWI Impact the Life of a Commercial Driver?

A conviction for driving while impaired, more commonly called DWI or DUI, is always a serious offense. Under New York’s strict motor vehicle laws, an individual can face up to one year in jail and payment of a substantial fine, sometimes in excess of $1,000. Individuals charged with more than one DWI would face even…

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Will an Orange NY Traffic Ticket Impact My Driving Record in Another State?

An Orange County NY traffic ticket has immediate repercussions in Orange County and the State of NY. While you are pulled over, a law enforcement officer in Orange County will write a ticket, unless the suspected offense is substantially serious and requires the officer to put you under arrest. On this NY traffic ticket, it…

A Sullivan County DWI Lawyer Explains the Types of DWI in New York

A Sullivan County DWI Lawyer Explains the Types of DWI in New York

In New York, all charges of driving while under the influence (DWI) of drugs or alcohol are serious. You should always consider hiring a Sullivan County DWI lawyer and taking other steps to defend against DWI charges. However, not all DWI charges are exactly the same. Based on the circumstances of your arrest, a prosecutor…

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Punishment for Speeding: A Sullivan County Speeding Ticket Lawyer Explains the Possibilities

Issued a speeding ticket in New York? You are probably surprised to learn that the penalty and possible punishment for this moving violation are costly. The cost is not only in terms of paying fines and fees, but can extend to the cost of losing your license and right to drive in New York or…

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How a Monticello DWI Lawyer Fights the Prosecutor’s Evidence in Court

If you are arrested and charged with DWI, the evidence against you might seem overwhelming. A prosecutor may claim video evidence, police testimony, or the results of a chemical test can show your guilt. Yet, this isn’t the full picture, a Monticello DWI lawyer has experience disputing and fighting each piece of evidence put before…

Pled Guilty to a Traffic Ticket? A Monticello Traffic Ticket Lawyer Can Still Help

Pled Guilty to a Traffic Ticket? A Monticello Traffic Ticket Lawyer Can Still Help

It’s late on a Tuesday night and you were heading home through a residential New York neighborhood. You didn’t see any other cars at the intersection and made the decision to go straight through a red light, but a New York police officer was looking for speeders just down the road and saw you run…

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