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As an experienced Buffalo DWI Attorney I often defend clients who have been charged with Driving While Impaired.  If you’re convicted of driving while impaired in New York State, this is a noncriminal traffic infraction. This will not give you a criminal record. However, your license will be suspended for 90 days, and the court will impose a minimum mandatory fine of $300 and $265 in state surcharges. You will also be required to go to a victim impact panel. This is a one-time class where you will meet people who are victims of DWIs or DWI accidents. In order to get a restricted or conditional license, you will be required to attend the DDP program the DMV offers.

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 This educational blog post was provided by Arthur Pressman, an experienced Buffalo DWI Attorney.

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