There are many factors that can lead up to a DWI charge or arrest in New York. Many of these incidents may be a result of possible swerving on roadways or getting pulled over for something unrelated and authorities believing that a person appears to be intoxicated. What many may not think about is the fact that there could be other reasons one is arrested for a DWI. A deputy mayor from Rochester likely knows all too well that there is more than one reason a person can be arrested for DWI, and his rebuttal for the charge may not be what anyone imagined.
The deputy mayor was pulled over by New York police recently. His charges were having an expired registration on his vehicle, in addition to speeding and DWI after reportedly failing a Breathalyzer test. He was ordered an upcoming court date to figure out what the punishment for these alleged crimes would be.