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NY Defense Attorney Explains | Two Common Mistakes People Made When Being Detained for DWI

Posted by Daniel DuBois | Sep 07, 2022 | 0 Comments

Getting pulled over is always stressful. You have dozens of things running through your head. What're the police thinking? Can I get out of this? How serious is my situation? But above all, there are a couple of things to keep in mind. Follow along with our blog today to learn what common mistakes people made when getting pulled over for a DWI, and what you can do instead.

NY Defense Attorney Explains | What is Probable Cause?

Posted by Daniel DuBois | Jul 21, 2022 | 0 Comments

Today on the blog, we wanted to take a second to discuss a pillar aspect of the American legal system and process, Probable Cause. Probable cause is one of the most important of our rights, guaranteeing that you cannot be searched or your property seized without the police providing a valid reason that you committed or are connected to a crime.

NY Criminal Defense Attorney Explains | New York’s “Three Strikes” Law

Posted by Daniel DuBois | Jul 11, 2022 | 0 Comments

Welcome back to the DuBois Law Blog, where we disseminate available information to lead to a more informed public regarding legal matters. Please keep in mind that this blog and all others are not legal advice, you need to schedule a call or meeting with Dan DuBois for that. Today, we're talking about NY's Three Stikes Laws and some of the arguments against them.

Fatal Motorcyle Incidents Up Over 50% in NY

Posted by Daniel DuBois | Jun 13, 2022 | 0 Comments

Fatal motorcycle incidents seem to be on the rise compared to 2019, according to data from ITSMR. Drunk drivers cause more fatal crashes to motorcycle riders, and riding drunk could be more dangerous than driving drunk. Stay safe on the roads, and if you're facing a DUI charge, remember to contact an expert defense attorney here in Buffalo!

NY Attorney Explains | What You Should Know About Domestic Violence & 2nd Amendment Rights in NY

Posted by Daniel DuBois | Nov 22, 2021 | 0 Comments

In New York, domestic violence cases typically result in some forfeiture of gun rights. Regardless of relationship to the victim, New York prohibits all persons convicted of “serious offenses”, or some specific violent misdemeanors, from obtaining a license to purchase or own a firearm.  It also requires the suspension of existing licenses so the individual cannot legally possess a firearm.  These rules apply to those with a warrant of arrest for a serious offense too.

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