Category Archives: DUI-DWUI-DWAI
New York law does not require DUI defendants to have lawyers represent them, although most defendants choose to hire lawyers. Therefore, a DUI defendant has the right to and can represent themselves in their New York DUI case. However, the vital question here is not whether a defendant can represent themselves in their New… Read More »
After a DUI/DWUI/DWAI arrest, a person could end up making several mistakes because of fear or confusion. When arrested for DUI/DWUI/DWAI in New York, you must avoid making a mistake that can hurt your case. It would be best to handle your case with caution to increase your chances of seeing positive outcomes. If… Read More »
New York State embraces several laws and programs aimed at reducing drunk driving, especially among young people. One of the laws aimed at reducing underage drunk driving in New York State is the Zero Tolerance law. Some Basics on The New York Zero Tolerance Law The Zero Tolerance law in New York applies to… Read More »
New York DUI/DWUI/DWAI: What Are The Consequences for Refusing To Take a Breath, Blood, Urine, or Saliva Test?
One of the most frustrating things for New York drivers is being pulled over for suspicion of DUI/DWI/DWAI. Due to the frustration and confusion that comes with being stopped by a police officer, you might feel tempted to refuse to take a breath, blood, saliva, or urine test, depending on what the officer will… Read More »
Learn About Leandra’s Law and Why You Need To Install and Maintain an IID When Charged Under the Law
After an 11-year-old girl, Leandra Rosado, died in an accident caused by a drunk driver, Leandra’s Law took effect. Leandra’s Law is also known as the Child Passenger Protection Act. For a driver to be charged under this Law, they must be drunk and have with them in the vehicle a passenger younger than… Read More »