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Wednesday, June 28, 2017
One of my favorite things is learning. I love to read. What's kinda of unusual are the books that pique my interest. I like reading things written for other professions, like police books and psychology books. I am not an aspiring law enforcement officer or psychologist but I am fascinated by those fields. It seems human interest is an underlying theme.
This summer I am reading a book written by a veteran cop on report writing. It is called "The Best Police Report Writing Book" by A.S. Michael.
He is a certified instructor for almost thirty years so I take it he has a wealth of knowledge and experience.
Why am I reading a book intended primarily for police officers?
How does that help me or our criminal/DWI defense clients?
Monday, June 26, 2017
|CT DMV is Quite Revolutionary in it's treatment |
of out of state DUI
Sometimes I feel like when I’m on reddit and reading that section TIL (today I learned). Today I learned how to spell Connect-icut. I don’t practice there, and until you slow down and look at things you can go decades before you realize that Connecticut has CONNECT in it. I kinda feel the same way about Wed-nes-day, as a kid I always saw weds-day or wens-day.
The state motto is "Qui Transtulit Sustinet" = He who is Transplanted Still Sustains, and as we all drive from state from state in the pursuit of happiness I ask?
How does the state of Connecticut connect with and punish CT licensed drivers who have sustained New York DWI, aggravated DWI, and DWAI offenses?
My BIG disclaimer:
I am licensed in four states but CT is not one of them. The focus of our practice is NYS DWI defense but that said we represent lots of people with out of state licenses. Understanding all the consequences to both in state and out of state privileges is important to every case.
Contact a CT licensed attorney for any information about CT law or consequences. Always discuss your CT DUI or out of state DUI license consequences with a CT licensed attorney. That said the following is for educational purposes only and is my take on CT license issues with any NYS DWI (driving while intoxicated) or DWAI (driving while ability impaired) by alcohol charge.
Monday, June 12, 2017
|0 to 60 mph in 2.3 seconds!!|
We now have the 707 HP (Hellcat) and 840 HP (Demon) cars, with 300 HP cars becoming the norm in mom and pop motoring. My 2004 Honda mini van had a 240 HP V6.
Are all these super horsepower cars causing more speeding tickets?
Friday, June 9, 2017
|Idiot Lights on a Dash, Throwing Codes Sucks!|
Thank you BMW
How does driving without your lights lead to increased DWI arrests?
Is driving without your lights a crime in New York State?
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Thursday, June 8, 2017
|Harvard University is the best|
from the odyssey online.com
Just this week Harvard University, the bastion of free speech and expression rescinded the admission of ten applicants to their incoming class of 2021 because of offensive and inappropriate Facebook posts. Apparently "Offensive" means joking about sexual assault, child abuse, and the holocaust. These types of messages and graphics are no longer acceptable even though they are permitted under the constitution. This has shocked more than a few people and has been called by many the new morality.
Is this right? Is this the new normal? And what do people facing criminal charges have to be concerned about? What about people with new and old DWI or drug offenses?
Is free speech truly gone?
Should people be concerned that their party/social image may have untoward collateral effects?
Tuesday, June 6, 2017
|Michigan Got a Little Piece at the Top as Well|
First, I want to thank Michigan DWI lawyer Gary Wilson for his help in answering the question of what happens with a New York State DWI charge with a Michigan driver's license. Gary is one of the best in his state at defending DWI or what Michigan calls "DUI" charges.
So what does happen with a New York State DWI (driving while intoxicated) charge back in Michigan?
Can they hit you with double penalties both in Michigan and New York?
Can you do anything to decrease the Michigan penalties of a New York State DWI charge or charges?