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As an experienced Buffalo DWI Attorney, clients often ask me about the DMV’s enforcement of persistent bad drivers. Recently, the department of motor vehicles has begun the enforcement of persistent drunk  drivers and persistent bad drivers. What this means is a person who has multiple DWI convictions or driving while impaired convictions over a certain period of time runs the risk of having their license revoked for 5 years, 10 years, or a lifetime. If you have 5 or more alcohol related convictions over the last 25 years, DMV may revoke your license for life. If you have several incidences of refusing to take a breath test along with a driving while impaired or driving while intoxicated conviction, the department of motor vehicles may revoke your license for 5, 10, or a lifetime. Please, be aware when consulting with a lawyer, that you give them all the information regarding previous convictions for driving while intoxicated, driving while impaired, reckless driving, and any time you may have refused to take a breath test.

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

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