Most of the goods and services we use on a daily basis arrive in stores because of the work of commercial drivers. Obtaining a commercial driver’s license in New York State takes a while and, once obtained, it’s a valuable asset that allows people to work and earn a decent salary. If the holder of a commercial driver’s license is arrested on a charge of DWI, his or her driving privilege will be suspended for a period of at least one year. If you are driving a commercial vehicle when you receive that DWI, the suspension will be even longer. If you are a commercial driver who has been charged with DWI, it is important to consult with an attorney immediately in order to resolve that case and protect your driving privilege.
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This educational legal blog was brought to you by Drew Fritsch, an experienced DWI Lawyer in Buffalo practicing law since 1997.