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3 things to avoid during a DWI stop

You can potentially pay fines, go to jail or lose your driver's license when you are charged with driving while under the influence (DWI) of alcohol. Your actions at a DWI stop may determine the probability of facing these penalties. Thus, if the police have...

What is blood alcohol concentration?

When the police notice a driver exhibiting drunk driving signs, such as swerving, sudden acceleration and deceleration or tailgating, they will stop them to conduct a breathalyzer test to measure their blood alcohol content or concentration (BAC) level.   In New York,...

How police mistakes can help your DUI defense

If you have been arrested for driving under the influence (DUI), you may think you have no chance of avoiding a conviction. However, this is not necessarily true. Police officers are human and can make mistakes during a DUI investigation or arrest. These mistakes can...

What is drugged driving in New York?

Drugged driving in New York refers to operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of drugs or any substance that can impair one's ability to drive safely. This can include illegal drugs, prescription medicines and even over-the-counter medications that may...

What is Leandra’s Law?

Although virtually every motorist understands that it is incredibly dangerous to drive while they are impaired, it is not illegal to drive with a minor amount of alcohol in one’s system, as long as a motorist doesn’t exceed the legal limit. As a result of this...

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