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In The Buffalo Area, What Is Considered A “Dangerous Repeat Alcohol Or Drug Offender”?

Whether a Buffalo driver will be re-issued a New York State driver’s license following a drinking and driving conviction is a decision that is largely in the hands of the Department of Motor Vehicles. When a driver’s license is revoked for drinking and driving, the DMV will conduct a review of the defendant’s driving history.…

What Types Of Drugs Support A Charge Of Driving While Ability Impaired By Drugs In The Buffalo Area?

When a driver is arrested for violating New York State’s laws regarding driving while under the influence of drugs, it helps to have an experienced Buffalo DWI lawyer who understands what is needed to support the charge against the defendant. New York has two impaired driving offenses that involve the use of drugs: Driving While…

How Bad Must An Injury Be For A Drunk Driver In Buffalo To Be Charged With Vehicular Assault?

Vehicular assault cases are some of the most difficult cases handled by Buffalo DWI defense lawyers. Vehicular Assault in the Second Degree, which is a felony offense, may be charged when a driver commits the offense of Driving While Intoxicated, Driving with .08% or Greater Blood Alcohol Content, Driving While Ability Impaired by Drugs or…

Are There Plea Bargaining Limitations On An Aggravated Unlicensed Operation Charge In Buffalo?

A conviction for drinking and driving will result in the suspension or revocation of the driver’s license. When a Buffalo resident continues to drive after such a conviction – or after a revocation or suspension imposed for having refused the breath, having violated the Zero Tolerance law for under 21 drivers, or pending the prosecution…