CRIMINAL LAWYER KENMORE NY
Kenmore Village Court
2919 Delaware Ave.
Kenmore, NY 14217
Town Justice: Hon. J. Mark Gruber & Hon. Michael J. Kanaley, Jr.
Kenmore is located in Erie County, NY with a population of over 15,400 people.
When choosing a DWI Lawyer or Traffic Ticket Attorney to defend you in the Kenmore Village Court, it is important to choose a qualified attorney with experience handling these types of cases. Criminal Lawyer Drew Fritsch is a former prosecutor with over 20 years of legal experience and can use his knowledge to help you. We offer a free one-on-one consultation to anyone seeking guidance.
FREQUENTLY ASKED DWI QUESTIONS:
Q. What is Aggravated DWI?
A. A person whose breath reading is .18 or higher will be charged with aggravated DWI. While it is still a misdemeanor, the penalties for this crime are higher than they would be if they had been charged with a regular DWI. For example, the fine will be at least $1,000, and may range all the way up to $2,500, in addition to certain surcharges that are very expensive. Also, the offender's license will be suspended/revoked for a period of one year, and other consequences may include a period of probation lasting up to three years as well as up to one year in jail. Judges are more likely to impose a jail sentence for an aggravated DWI than in cases of regular DWI.
FREQUENTLY ASKED TRAFFIC TICKET QUESTIONS:
Q. What are the Consequences of Driving with a Suspended License?
A. Aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle is a criminal offense in the state of New York, and it does not matter whether your license is suspended for a DWI, failure to pay traffic citations, or failure to appear in court. If your license has been suspended, you'll be charged with aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, but an attorney can help you resolve that case in a number of ways. The first and most important of those is available to you if you can obtain a valid driver's license