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What are the penalties for drunk driving for commercial drivers?

Semi-trucks, buses and other commercial vehicles travel down New York's streets and highways everyday. It is an essential part of commerce in the state and across the nation. Driving these types of vehicles takes special care and skill, and usually drivers must hold a Commercial Driver License. However, did you know that the penalties associated with drunk driving are stricter for those who hold a commercial driver license, as compared to drivers of standard automobiles?

What are the different types of drunk driving offenses in NY?

Seeing the flash of police lights in your rearview mirror can be a tense situation. If you are accused of drunk driving, the situation becomes even more serious, particularly if you are innocent. Due to this, it is important to have a basic understanding of the different types of alcohol-related driving offenses in New York.

Facing drunk driving charges in New York with the right help

Being charged with drunk driving can be a frightening experience. You may wonder whether you will be able to keep your driver's license. You may also be facing fines or even jail time, depending on the circumstances. When this happens, it is important to know your rights.

New policy allows police to seize vehicles before DWI conviction

It is no shock to hear that driving while intoxicated in New York comes with serious consequences. Usually, these consequences, which can include license suspension, fines or even jail time, come following a conviction. But one county in New York has imposed a consequence on those who have merely been charged with DWI.

Woman accused of drunk driving after being struck by motorcycle

Accusations of driving while intoxicated can come with serious repercussions in New York, if one is convicted that could affect the accused for months or years to come. That is why it is important to understand these types of charges, so one can wage a defense against them.

Comedian arrested in New York City for alleged drunk driving

A responsive criminal defense strategy may be crucial to the future of anyone facing drunk driving charges. Comedian Donnell Rawlings was recently arrested and taken into police custody for allegedly drunk driving in New York City. According to reports, Rawlings was driving the wrong way down a one-way street in the early morning hours. According to police, the comedian's blood alcohol level breath test was over twice the legal limit. Rawlings has appeared on Chappelle's Show and other Comedy Central programs. Charges against the comedian were pending following his arrest.

New York man accused of drunk driving after fatal accident

Car accidents can be devastating when someone dies, and when this happens some people in New York may be eager to point the finger at the individual they think is responsible for the crash, even before a trial commences. Unfortunately, this may be the case for one man who has been accused of drunk driving in a fatal accident in Smithtown, New York.

New City woman accused of drunk driving

It should come as no surprise to New City residents that driving while intoxicated is a serious offense that will be aggressively prosecuted. Even simply being charged with drunk driving can have a detrimental effect on a person's life. And should the person be convicted, they may face a variety of penalties.

New York man arrested for DWI may face additional charges

A 31-year-old New York man was charged with driving while intoxicated after he allegedly struck and killed a pedestrian in the early morning hours of Jan. 5. According to Southampton Town police, he had never been taken into custody for drunk driving in the past. He may face additional charges in relation to the pedestrian death.

New York man drives drunk to turn himself in to police

An upstate New York man has been charged with aggravated DWI and criminal contempt after he drove 30 miles to turn himself in to state troopers on other charges. After being charged, he was arraigned and released on bail.

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