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Traffic violations outside New York can affect driving privileges

New Yorkers who get a ticket while driving in the state will undoubtedly understand that the ticket must be paid or they will face an increase of the fine and the possibility of other penalties that can lead to the loss of driving privileges. A mistake that people might make with respect to their driver license is to think that a ticket they received out-of-state will not affect them in New York. Failing to pay an out-of-state ticket does have consequences in New York and those who are facing this issue need to be aware of how to handle it so it does not cause significant problems.

Legal help is key for criminal traffic violations

In New York, when people are confronted with traffic infractions, it might not seem serious. However, when these traffic violations become criminal issues, it can lead to major problems. Having an attorney who is experienced in helping clients facing criminal traffic charges is one of the most important factors in a successful resolution of a case.

Couple arrested for drug crimes, DUI and violating Leandra's Law

Drug addiction and the issues related to it are making news in New York State and across the nation with the accompanying problems that go along with it. People who are under the influence of drugs will frequently make mistakes as part of their alleged drug use, such as driving under the influence of drugs.

There are different penalties for DUI, depending on age

When a New York resident is investigated by law enforcement and placed under arrest for drinking and driving or driving under the influence of drugs, it is a worrisome experience. It is unavoidable that there are numerous questions about the future after the arrest and as the case moves forward. For people who are arrested and charged with underage drunk driving, it is also important to remember that there are different license penalties, depending on the accused's age.

With holiday DWI and driving offense crackdown, a defense is key

Drunk driving is an issue that New York State and its law enforcement takes seriously and tries to do what is possible to reduce its incidence and prosecute those who are arrested and charged with it. That often includes checkpoints at certain intervals when it is known drivers are prone to operating their vehicles under the influence. However, when a driver is arrested and hit with drunk driving charges due to checkpoints and targeted enforcement, there is a chance that drivers who have a reasonable excuse for the situation will get caught up and charged. This is when it is essential to have a strong legal defense.

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