If you’re used to cruising down the street without thinking about your speed, you may want to start slowing down. New York City is just one area in which speeding cameras are now being implemented to keep a watchful eye over people driving through the area. These...
Michael A. Ferraro, Esq., P.C.
Month: April 2021
How drunk is “too drunk to drive” in New York?
Like in every other state, it’s illegal in New York to drive with a blood alcohol content (BAC) of .08% or higher. If you do, a chemical test can hand the prosecutor the evidence they need to make their case against you. But what if your BAC was less than .08? An...
Impaired driving charges aren’t always for alcohol
Many people assume that getting arrested for impaired driving means you are being accused of driving under the influence of alcohol. And it is true that this is the most common reason for impaired driving charges. But the key is to remember that the arrest is...