When a person had a lot of negative acts on their driving record, including too many points, DWIs, etc., the DMV reserves the right to act on their own when… Read more »
A family offense is a crime against a family member. You can commit a family offense against someone you are not related to if you share a child. If you… Read more »
We will explore the facts of the stop. We will explore the factors that led to the arrest We will explore the warning given to the individual for refusing the… Read more »
Penalties for prescription drugs depend on the amount, weight or quantity. Charges can range from a Class A misdemeanor to a felony. You could face jail time and overwhelming fines.
There are a range of penalties. Most come with a maximum of one year in jail. You can get probation
Simple possession of marijuana is not a crime in New York. If you have enough to constitute an intent to sell, the penalties will become more severe. If you are… Read more »
The level of your BAC will ultimately determine your degree of drunk driving. If you are caught with a BAC under .08, you are driving while impaired which is a… Read more »
Miranda rights is a wildly misunderstood concept. Law enforcement does not have to read you your Miranda Rights unless you are in custody and they intend on collecting information that… Read more »
Heroin charges are based on the amount you are caught with. Simple possession is a class A misdemeanor. From there, as the amount increases, so does the penalty.
New York State drug laws are based on the schedule of drugs established under the Controlled Substance Act, excluding marijuana. The higher the schedule, the more serious the prosecution. … Read more »