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Can Someone Who Is Denied A Driver’s License Based On Prior DWI Convictions Get A Restricted Driver’s License In Buffalo?

The rules regarding licensing of drivers with multiple prior drinking and driving offenses are complicated, even for an experienced Buffalo DWI lawyer. When a driver’s license is revoked for DWI, the Department of Motor Vehicles will conduct a review at the conclusion of the mandatory revocation period to determine if the driver is eligible to…

What Are The Responsibilities Of The DMV Immediately Following A DWI Conviction In Buffalo?

Any Buffalo area driver convicted of an alcohol-related driving offense will be reported to the Department of Motor Vehicles, which will then take action regarding his or her driver’s license. While the DMV has multiple duties regarding enforcement of driver’s license penalties and relicensing, its primary duties in the period immediately after the conviction are…

If The DMV Refuses To Return A Driver’s License Following A Buffalo DWI, Can The Driver Appeal?

When a Buffalo driver has his or her driver’s license revoked following a conviction for drinking and driving, whether that driver will have full driving privileges reinstated following the mandatory minimum revocation period is largely in the hands of the Department of Motor Vehicles. The DMV has guidelines for drivers with multiple prior alcohol or…

Who Is Eligible For A Post-Revocation Conditional Driver’s License Following A Buffalo DWI Conviction?

All drivers – even first time offenders – convicted of Driving While Intoxicated, Aggravated Driving While Intoxicated, or Driving with a Blood Alcohol Content of .08% or Greater in the Buffalo area are required to have an ignition interlock device installed on any vehicle they wish to drive. This device periodically checks the driver’s breath…