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Monday, September 24, 2018
Knowing what to say in answer to an evaluator's questions is so important to your DWI case outcome.
Do not think that these conversations about your drug or alcohol use are friendly because they are NOT.
Saturday, September 22, 2018
Many people are prescribed and take prescription medication. Just because you are "ON" a prescription drug doesn't automatically make you impaired by that drug.
Tuesday, September 18, 2018
Police love to pull people at 4:00 in the morning, and sometimes they even misapply the law. Imagine that. A recently dismissed New York DWI case is a perfect illustration of great defense work.
The DWI court (NY has specific DWI courts now) only had one single issue: they had to decide whether the New York State Trooper had probable cause to stop defendant’s vehicle on the basis that defendant failed to properly signal his intention to turn thereby violating V.T.L. §1163(b).
Do you always have signal your intent to turn your car?
When do you have signal your intent to turn your car?
Thursday, September 6, 2018
|Police officer testifying in Court|
What happens if the police don't check some boxes? What happens if the police mischeck some boxes? What happens if the police misstate the times of the arrest, the color of the car, the make of the car, the model of the car, and even the streets?
Thursday, August 30, 2018
Timelines or deadlines are crucial in criminal defense. The NY 45 day rule states that we have only 45 days from the date of the initial appearance with counsel in which to file our motions. In other words the clock starts ticking on our ability to keep out evidence (suppress it) within those first 45 days.
If we do not challenge any of the evidence, then the default is that it all comes in against you at trial.
Friday, August 24, 2018
Monday, August 20, 2018
A Conditional Discharge is the most common sentence by New York judges, so how do they end?