This educational video on the consequences of a DWI was provided by Drew Fritsch, an experienced Buffalo DWI Attorney.
- One of the most frequently-asked questions from individuals charged with DWI, is, “What are the possible consequences with regard to my driver's license?”
- New York State suspends the license of any individual charged with DWI pending prosecution, but an attorney can help you get a hardship license.
- A hardship license will allow you to drive to and from work, medical appointments, or school if you are a student.
- An attorney may also be able to help you get a conditional license after 30 days, and that will allow you to drive to those places, as well as anything to do with work and/or school.
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