June 2014 Archives

Man accused of DWI driving with child in vehicle

Charges related to drunk driving are serious enough on their own. Those who are accused of the crime can see their lives change in an instant, potentially affecting both their personal and professional spheres. When the possibility exists that an intoxicated driver might have endangered someone else’s life, the severity and amount of charges related to the incident can increase, meaning the possibility of a harsher punishment is higher. A New York man is now facing multiple charges relating to his DWI arrest that involved two passengers, one of whom was a child.

New York fatal accident leads to drunk driving charge

Fatal accidents can often result in one or more parties facing serious charges depending on the circumstances of the event. If the driver considered responsible for the accident has consumed alcohol beforehand, that individual could face a drunk driving charge and other serious allegations. Luckily, that individual will also have the ability to determine how they may wish to go about handling the legal situation that they now face.

New York man charged with DWI, may lose CDL

Semi-trucks are an everyday part of modern life. They are useful for moving goods into, outside of and all around the state of New York. Those who drive commercial vehicles are required to hold a valid commercial driver’s license, or CDL. If a driver is charged with driving while intoxicated, he or she risks losing that license. This may be the fate of one man who was recently charged with a DWI while operating a commercial vehicle.

Police officer refused a Breathalyzer test in New York

Though police officers are the individuals expected to uphold the law, they can also have lapses in judgment. As a result, an officer could find himself facing charges for DWI if he is suspected of having been drinking and driving. If the individual also refused a Breathalyzer test, he could potentially face other consequences as well.

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