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Drunk Driving Charges Archives

DWI suspect accuses police of classism

One driver in New York had an unusual complaint when she was stopped on suspicion of drunk drinking on June 2. The 28-year-old woman told the police that she was targeted because she was rich. However, the authorities say the woman was under the influence of alcohol.

Queens man refuses breath test at DUI stop

The Hamptons are a popular playground for the wealthy of New York, and the coastal area allegedly proved intoxicating for one man of uncertain fortunes. The police in Sag Harbor stopped him for erratic driving. According to the police report, he would not allow a breath test to be administered.

Police increase patrols during Memorial Day weekend

On May 25, the governor of New York announced that the entire state will be increasing controls in order to combat impaired driving during Memorial Day weekend. The increased patrols are scheduled to run from May 27 to May 30. In 2014, 317 people were killed in the state of New York over Memorial Day weekend.

Can a procedural argument strengthen your DUI defense?

Procedural violations can substantially undermine the prosecution’s case in a drunk driving case. In a recent example, a judge determined that evidence of an accused’s blood alcohol content was inadmissible at trial due to improper breathalyzer protocol. The evidence might otherwise have been highly detrimental to the accused’s DUI defense, as it reportedly indicated a BAC of 0.16, which is double the legal limit of 0.08.

Is it possible to regain driving privileges in New York after multiple DWIs?

In this blog, we frequently discuss the harsh penalties that drivers who are convicted of drunk driving charges in New York State face. These penalties may include costly fines, the suspension or revocation of one's driver's license and jail time. For individuals who are convicted of multiple DWIs, especially those including BAC levels of .18 or higher, the penalties can prove to be both financially and personally restrictive for years to come.

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