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What Is the Difference Between a DUI and a DWI in New York?

What Is the Difference Between a DUI and a DWI in New York?

Do you know what might happen if you’re pulled over under the influence of alcohol? This could be a serious situation if you’re caught, and it’s not just about whether or not you are over the legal limit for blood alcohol content. You could be accused even if you’re guilty of buzzed driving. Many people….Read More

What to Do After a Police Officer Directs You to Pull Over?

What to Do After a Police Officer Directs You to Pull Over?

It is never easy to see those flashing blue and red lights behind you in your rearview mirror. However, if you suspect that an officer may be pulling you over because of a DWI or a DUI, you need to respond appropriately in order to keep the situation from escalating. If a police officer has….Read More

What You Should Know About a First Offense DWI In New York

What You Should Know About a First Offense DWI In New York

Do you think that you’re safe because you were recently accused of a DUI but this is the first time it’s ever happened? If so, it’s a mistake to assume you’re in the clear. Being accused of a DWI in New York is serious. The criminal as well as administrative penalties for a DWI in….Read More

Is It Possible to Win My Brooklyn DWI Case?

Is It Possible to Win My Brooklyn DWI Case?

If you have the right resources and have maintained an attorney as soon as possible after being accused of DWI, it is completely possible to win a DUI or DWI case in New York. This depends primarily upon two factors: how you present the facts in the evidence of the case and the actual facts….Read More

What You Need to Know About Leandra’s Law In New York

What You Need to Know About Leandra’s Law In New York

Suddenly the lights are flashing behind you and a police officer is pulling you over. You wonder whether you were speeding but then things escalate into the officer accusing you of DWI. A nerve-wracking situation at best, you may need a criminal defense lawyer in Brooklyn. Being accused of DWI may lead you to have….Read More

Coping with Life After a DWI

Coping with Life After a DWI

When you’re arrested, charged, and found guilty for a DWI, life changes quite a bit. You’ll have to adjust to a different way of life for a period of time. Even after you meet your court ordered requirements, you’ll notice some differences as you move forward. Here’s how you can cope with these changes and….Read More

4 Things That Can Make Your Breathalyzer Test Results Inaccurate

4 Things That Can Make Your Breathalyzer Test Results Inaccurate

In order for prosecutors in a New York DWI case to be able to successfully convict someone who was charged with drinking and driving, they must be able to prove that the breathalyzer test results were accurate. In many cases, however, breathalyzer tests are far from on the money. There are many different things that….Read More

Should You Agree to Take a Field Sobriety Test?

Should You Agree to Take a Field Sobriety Test?

Although field sobriety tests, referred to as “roadside sobriety tests,” are fairly standard in Brooklyn, you have the right to decline. You can decline even if a police officer suspects you were drinking and driving. Unlike declining a breathalyzer test or other chemical test, which automatically causes you to incur a license suspension, declining a….Read More

What If Your DWI Traffic Stop Was Invalid to Begin With?

What If Your DWI Traffic Stop Was Invalid to Begin With?

One of the first things that should be explored and challenged in a DWI case is the initial traffic stop. Did the officer have probable cause to pull you over in the first place? Or was the traffic stop itself invalid, before the officer even had any suspicion that you were intoxicated? Here’s what you….Read More