No. DWAI in violation of vehicle and traffic law 1192(1) is a violation and is not a misdemeanor or felony. While its penalties can still be severe, if this is your only [...]
If you are convicted of DWAI, you face a license suspension of 90 days, a maximum fine of $500, plus a mandatory court surcharge of $255 or $260 depending on the court [...]
If you are convicted of a first-time DWAI offense, your license is suspended for 90 days.
If you have been convicted of a DWAI or DWI offense, and if you are eligible for a conditional license, a judge may agree to delay the license suspension or revocation for [...]
Yes. A first time DWI conviction under vehicle and traffic law 1192(2) or 1192(3) is a misdemeanor. If you have one or more prior misdemeanor convictions within a 10-year time frame from [...]
In New York State, Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) is a misdemeanor, and is charged when a person operates a motor vehicle in an intoxicated condition or with a blood alcohol content (BAC) [...]
If you are convicted of a first-time DWI offense, your license will be revoked for minimum of six months. After the revocation period, you must reapply for a NY License and cannot [...]
Yes. A person convicted of a first-time DWI faces up to one year in jail and/or three years’ probation.
Yes. If you are convicted of DWI, Aggravated DWI, or a Leandra’s Law violation (See below), you will be required to install an ignition interlock device on any vehicle that you own [...]
In order to be charged with a felony DWI you must have at least 1 prior conviction for either a misdemeanor or felony DWI within the last 10 years. You can also [...]