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Governor proposes changes to DWI penalties

All around the United States, laws pertaining to drunk driving garner much attention. The state of New York has some of the strictest such laws and penalties in the nation. People arrested on suspicion of driving while intoxicated can feel as though they have an uphill battle in obtaining a good defense but it is important to remember that this is always possible.

Man arrested for second DWI in pedestrian accident

In New York as in many other states, the laws concerning driving while intoxicated are severe and very clear. A DWI or related conviction can result in long-term consequences for drivers. This may involve fines, a revoked driver's license, the use of an ignition interlock device and more. With public concern about drunk driving extremely high, anyone arrested for this offense should exercise great caution.

Not guilty verdict in New York DWI case

New York traffic laws are designed to keep all people on the streets of New York safe. This includes motorists, passengers and pedestrians. Concerns about the dangers of driving while intoxicated or under the influence of a drug are legitimate as these situations can result in serious injury. However, it is also important for people and law enforcement to remember that not all defendants are actually guilty and they should be treated appropriately.

Parole violator charged with DUI in New York

Sometimes drivers in New York can be pulled over by law enforcement officers for one suspected violation but are eventually charged with even more offenses. DUI or DWAI charges are good examples of offenses for which drivers are not originally stopped but that can be made against drivers if an officer finds reasonable cause after stopping them for other reasons first.

Man arrested for DUI, bribery and driving with suspended license

Challenging situations can leave drivers in New York facing a multitude of criminal charges all too easily. Whether related to speeding, reckless driving, driving while intoxicated or more, New York law enforcement officials are on the lookout for potential problems at all times. The nature of the charges and penalties that a person may face can vary greatly. For people arrested and charged with a DUI, for example, the existence of any prior convictions can affect a current situation.

Minor arrested on multiple alcohol-related charges

New York drivers should be aware of the traffic laws not only in the state of New York but in neighboring states in which they may also drive. Some laws may be similar while others may not. Bordering states for New Yorkers include Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Connecticut, Massachusetts and Vermont. Whether pertaining to speeding, u-turns or drunk driving, drivers can help themselves by being educated about the topics.

Driver has charges for refusing field sobriety test dropped

New York City residents face a continued strengthening of effort on the part of law enforcement to crack down on speeding and other traffic violations. Reducing actions that are frequently related to auto accidents is a top priority of the mayor and city officials. This includes drunk driving and related offenses. But it is also important in the wake of an arrest for drivers to remember that they have the right to fight the arrest and secure a good defense.

Three DUI charges result from initial arrest in New Jersey

Many complications can arise when a driver is charged with driving while intoxicated. Whether in New Jersey or New York, the laws for drunk driving are strict and clear with severe penalties if a conviction is received. The need for a proper defense is important for anyone facing this prospect and it is important for all drivers to remember that they are owed this by law as well.

New York DUI laws may get tougher

Drivers in New York are subject to some of the nation’s strictest laws on drinking and driving. The consequences for driving while intoxicated and any related charge can be severe and long lasting as well as very costly to anyone who is convicted. While there is a legitimate need to keep all residents and citizens safe, there is also a need to ensure proper treatment and rights of all parties involved.

Three years in prison for bus driver convicted with DUI

The laws in New York and New Jersey concerning driving while intoxicated are among some of the strictest in the nation. This is the case for any driver and anyone who drives a commercial vehicle can expect the same as well. A drunk driving conviction can lead to serious penalties including high fines, jail time, the loss of driving privileges, points on a driving record and more.

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