What if I am Charged With an Underage DWI?

Drinking and driving is incredibly dangerous. If you choose to drive under the influence of alcohol, you are endangering yourself, your passengers, other drivers on the road, and pedestrians. For this reason, New York State has a Zero Tolerance Law. If you consume alcohol under the legal drinking age, you…Read More

New Year’s Eve DWIs | What You Need to Know

This New Year's Eve, many people will celebrate the end of 2020 with drinks. But, some of these people will choose to drive home afterward. Drinking and driving is incredibly dangerous, and as a result, a DWI charge carries harsh penalties. If you are charged with a DWI, you will…Read More

What are the Penalties for Driving Without a License?

In New York, it is illegal to drive without a license, but the circumstances differ vastly. For example, did you simply forget your license at home? Or are you driving with a suspended license? Depending on the situation, the penalties will differ greatly. Read on for more information regarding driving…Read More

Handgun Permit Applications Surge on Long Island | What to Know

Handgun permit applications have been on the rise across the country. Long Island has seen an especially large spike. According to Newsday, applications are up 80% in Nassau County, compared with all of 2019, and they have increased by 143% in Suffolk's five largest western towns. You, like many other…Read More

Operation Hardhat | What to Know About NY Construction Zone Violations

Highway work zones can be incredibly dangerous for construction workers as well as drivers. In an effort to increase highway safety, New York State Police, the New York State Department of Transportation, and the New York State Thruway Authority have teamed up in an effort to make the roads safer. This…Read More

Historic House Vote on MORE Act | Potential Marijuana Legalization

Will the federal ban on cannabis be lifted? This is a question many Americans are currently asking. The U.S. House of Representatives is set to debate the Marijuana Opportunity Reinvestment and Expungement Act, also referred to as the MORE Act. With more and more states moving toward legalization, now seems…Read More

How are Larceny Charges Upgraded to Robbery in New York?

Larceny, theft, robbery, burglary: many people use these terms interchangeably. In reality, they are different crimes that carry vastly different charges. It can seem confusing, but it is important to be able to differentiate between these terms and know what they refer to. Read on to learn more about larceny,…Read More

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