Underage DUI in New York- Zero Tolerance Driving Laws

Driving under the Influence (DUI) conviction is when a driver is arrested for operating a motor vehicle under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol. His blood, urine, breath or saliva test will show a BAC level higher than 0.08%,  he will then face a series of serious charges and penalties such as monetary fines ( […]

Driving While Intoxicated with Property Damage

Driving while intoxicated or impaired with drugs/alcohol holds a number of serious legal punishments that will be forced on the driver facing a DUI arrest. To be charged with drunken driving the subject must have a blood alcohol concentration level higher than 0.08% and the penalties imposed depend on the circumstances; we can speak of […]

Serious Bodily Injury DUI- Vehicle Assault Charges in New York

Driving under the influence, driving while intoxicated or a drunken driving conviction carries a series of severe legal penalties that will be imposed on the driver if he was caught with a blood alcohol concentration level higher than 0.08%.  In New York, there’s another drunken driving related arrest known as driving while impaired by alcohol […]

Boating Under the Influence and DUI- an Equal Threat to Society

Driving under the influence is a problem invading every State in America. Drinking and driving could be very dangerous and cause a wide number of road traffic accidents and increase the mortality rate. Some might think that DUI laws only imply on operating road motor vehicles, but that is not true. The legal definition of […]

A Helping Hand from a Superb Attorney

In life there are ups and downs. Today you are at the top of your game, but you never know where you will end up tomorrow. You may be happily driving down the road coming from the party of the century, when suddenly an officer sneaks up behind you, and Bam! You are now charged […]

Felony DUI in New York- a Class E Felony or a Class D Felony

A felony is a crime for which you might serve a minimum of one year jail sentence depending on the violation you have committed. Felonies could be murder, rape, burglary, kidnapping, arson, assault, sexual abuse or weapon possession. If you are convicted with a felony in New York State, the time you will serve will […]