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Brooklyn DWI Lawyer Mark Cossuto
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What You Need to Know About the Conditional License After a New York DUI Or DWI?.
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What You Should Know About a First Offense DWI In New York.
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Is It Possible to Win My Brooklyn DWI Case?
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What You Need to Know About Leandra's Law In New Yorkhttps://buff.ly/2oOtiHA
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When you're arrested, charged, and found guilty for a DWI, life changes quite a bit. You'll have to adjust to a different way of life for a period of time and even after you've met your court ordered requirements, you'll notice some differences as you move forward. Here's how you can cope with these changes and minimize the impact that penalties have on your life.
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In order for prosecutors in a New York DWI case to be able to successfully convict someone who was charged with drinking and driving, they must be able to prove that the breathalyzer test results were accurate. In many cases, however, breathalyzer tests are far from on the money. There are many different things that can affect the results of a breathalyzer test, causing a person to become arrested without due cause. Here's what to do if you were charged with DWI because of a failed breath test.
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Although field sobriety tests, sometimes referred to as "roadside sobriety tests" are fairly standard in Brooklyn, you have the right to decline -- even if a police officer suspects that you've been drinking and driving. Unlike declining a breathalyzer test or other chemical test, which automatically causes you to incur a license suspension, declining a field sobriety tests has few consequences other than potentially upsetting the police officer who stopped you.
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One of the first things that should be explored and challenged in a DWI case is the initial traffic stop. Did the officer have probable cause to pull you over in the first place, or was the traffic stop itself invalid, before the officer even had any suspicion that you were intoxicated? Here's what you need to know about invalid traffic stops and how they can affect your DWI case.
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No matter what age you are, being arrested for drinking and driving carries heavy consequences. But if you're under the age of 21 when you're caught, you stand to incur even harsher penalties. Here's what you need to understand about New York underage drinking and driving laws and how a seasoned Brooklyn DWI lawyer can help you protect your rights and best interests.
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Being charged with a DWI is frightening for anyone, but if your DWI caused you to become involved in an accident that resulted in someone else's death, things can get exponentially more complicated. If your DWI killed someone, you are no doubt dealing with a host of unwelcome emotions, in addition to facing very serious life-changing criminal charges. Here's what you should do if you find yourself in the position of having to defend against a DWI manslaughter charge.
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