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Buffalo Defense Attorneys for Sexually Motivated Felony (NY PL 130.91)

Criminal Lawyer For Sexually Motivated Felony (NY PL 130.91) Charges You can be charged with Sexually Motivated Felony (NY PL 130.91) in Buffalo if prosecutors believe you committed one of a number of specified crimes for the purposes of sexual gratification. These include stalking, assault, manslaughter, kidnapping, burglary, and a number of other serious offenses,…

What Safety Factors Does The DMV Consider Following A Buffalo DWI Conviction?

Even for first time Buffalo DWI offenders, the Department of Motor Vehicles will conduct a review of the driver’s record at the conclusion of the mandatory driver’s license revocation period to determine if full driving privileges should be reinstated. For repeat DWI offenders, the regulations of the DMV may require an additional, lengthy period of…

When Can A Conditional Driver’s License Be Revoked Following A Buffalo DWI?

Most Buffalo driver’s convicted of an alcohol-related driving offense with no prior alcohol-related convictions will be eligible for a conditional driver’s license. A conditional driver’s license allows the defendant to continue driving for work, school, medical treatment and other necessities during the time period that his or her full driving privileges are suspended or revoked.…

How Do You Get Your Driver’s License Back After Completing the Drinking Driver Program In Buffalo?

Most first time offenders convicted of a drinking and driving offense in the Buffalo area may be eligible for the return of a full driver’s license after completing the Drinking Driver Program (DDP). The exact steps that must be taken following completion of the DDP depends on if the drinking and driving offense resulted in…