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Man arrested for DWI after crashing into window of store

In the Hudson Valley, drunk driving charges can leave a driver with a variety of penalties if there is a conviction. Since the problem of drivers who are under the influence is so dangerous, it is no surprise that law enforcement is out in force trying to stop it. If there is a crash and it is due to allegations of drunk driving, the penalties can be even worse. For people who are facing any level of DWI charges, having legal help is a must for a skillful and effective defense.

What traffic violations can I get for lapsed insurance?

Drivers in New York State are required to have insurance when they are on the road. If there is a traffic stop or an accident and the driver does not have the required proof of insurance, there are various traffic violation penalties that will be faced. With an insurance lapse, it is important to understand the circumstances under which it occurs and how to avoid the harshest penalties with help from a qualified attorney experienced in traffic violation defense.

Man faces drug offenses and child endangerment after arrest

Law enforcement in Upstate New York treats drug offenses seriously. Given the ongoing problems with drugs in the state and across the nation, this should come as no surprise. People who are in possession of drugs can face charges depending on how much they have. Those who are charged with selling drugs will inevitably deal with far more serious consequences should there be a conviction. The circumstances of the case will dictate how hefty the penalties could be. Regardless, those who are arrested for any drug offenses must remember to plan a strong defense with help from a qualified attorney.

What is the law and the penalties for larceny in New York?

For people in Upstate New York who are placed under arrest and are informed that they are being charged with larceny, there might be some confusion as to what that means. With any criminal allegations, it is imperative to have legal assistance for a criminal defense. That is true with larceny and any other charges. Larceny is when a person takes the property of another and did so without using force. The intention is to deprive the owner of the property forever or for a significant time period.

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