Virginia Residents Charged With DUI Out Of State

November 9, 2012 · by Albany Criminal Attorneys · in

You’re having a great vacation in New York. You’re seeing the sites, enjoying delicious food, and taking in the night life. Until you get arrested for DUI. No sweat. You hire a top notch New York DUI lawyer who helps you navigate the process and get the best outcome possible. At the end of the […]

Caught Speeding: “What About My Driving Record?”

September 20, 2012 · by Albany Criminal Attorneys · in

This is a guest post from Chucker & Reibach is a leading firm of Virginia Reckless Driving and Speeding Ticket Lawyers. If you’ve received a speeding ticket in Virginia, you are likely wondering what effect it will have on your wallet and your driving record. While the question may be straightforward, the answer is far […]

NY Police Ready for “Speed Week” Ticket Blitz

August 17, 2012 · by Albany Criminal Attorneys · in

Just a few weeks after “Operation Work Brake,” the New York State Police are preparing for yet another intense speeding ticket blitz. This time, they are targeting Watkins Glen and the Staten Island Expressway. In honor of the upcoming NASCAR race scheduled for Sunday, police have dubbed this week “Speed Week” and are preparing to […]

The Golden State Wants Your Gold

July 16, 2012 · by Albany Criminal Attorneys · in

This is a guest blog post from: Mark A. Gallagher, a friend of ours who fights traffic ticket and criminal charges in California. 40509.5 HOLDS CAN TRIGGER A SUSPENDED LICENSE IN YOUR HOME STATE BASED ON A TICKET RECEIVED WHILE VISITING CALIFORNIA All the leaves are brown, and the sky is grey.   I’d be safe and […]

NY Launches Work Zone Speeding Blitz

July 11, 2012 · by Albany Criminal Attorneys · in

This past Monday, New York State police began a five-day initiative in order to crack down on speeding in work and construction zones. The campaign called “Operation Work Brake” has been targeting motorists traveling along the New York State Thruway, I-87, and I-90. Police will be out in record numbers this week patrolling the Thruway […]

How Much Do Traffic Tickets Increase Your Insurance Rates?

July 2, 2012 · by Albany Criminal Attorneys · in

Guest Post By: Andrea Storey Rogers Did you know that insurance agents review your driving record before giving you a price quote for car insurance? Having traffic tickets on your driving record can cause the price of your car insurance to increase, and the amount of the increase depends on the type of violation, such as […]

Q & A: Move Over Law

May 24, 2012 · by Albany Criminal Attorneys · in

  Q: What is NY’s Move Over Law?  A:New York’s Move Over Law is a traffic law that requires all drivers to use due care when approaching an emergency vehicle that displays red and/or white emergency lights. At a minimum, this means that when you approach a police car or emergency vehicle that is pulled […]

Police Using New Tool to Go After Distracted NY Drivers

May 16, 2012 · by Albany Criminal Attorneys · in

UPDATE: NEW YORK CELL PHONE TICKETS ARE NOW 5 POINTS! New York police are cracking down hard on drivers who are using their cell phones, and they now have a new tool to do it. Police in New York State are driving around in CITE vehicles, which stands for Concealed Identity Traffic Enforcement. The CITE […]

Groundbreaking E-Book About NY Cell Phone Tickets Now Available

May 1, 2012 · by Albany Criminal Attorneys · in

Adam H. Rosenblum has written an e-book that will revolutionize the way you fight New York cell phone tickets. In his easy to read e-book, Mr. Rosenblum details the entire process of handling a NY cell phone ticket from start to finish. He goes step by step and explains everything from proper procedure for responding […]

NYPD Voids Ten Speeding Tickets

February 26, 2012 · by Albany Criminal Attorneys · in

Ten speeding tickets that were given out to NY Central Park cyclists during a recent speed trap are being voided. Just last week, we reported that the New York Police Department wanted to reconcile with bikers after a recent speeding ticket blitz.  Is canceling the tickets a sign of cooperation? David Regan reported that while […]

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