Legal Question in DUI Law in New York

what is the aggravated

dwi law in new York

Asked on 10/21/13, 8:52 am

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Dennis OSullivan The Law Office of Dennis O'Sullivan
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Aggravated DWI (vehicle & traffic law 1192-2a) is when the blood alcohol content exceeds .18%.

It has harsher sanctions than a standard dwi, with higher fines and the possibility of a much longer period (up to 3 yrs) with an interlock device requirement.

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Answered on 10/21/13, 10:01 am
Jason Stern Law Offices of Jason Stern
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Aggravated DWI in New York is having 0.18 BAC or higher while operating a motor vehicle.

More at http://www.Westchesterdwiattorney.com or

http://www.dmv.ny.gov/alcohol-drug.htm

Good luck!

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Answered on 10/21/13, 12:02 pm

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