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I have a friend who was involved in a DUI arrest last night and I am wondering what legal implications he may face if convicted. He is a college student and made some very serious/idiotic mistakes. This event took place in New York State.
From my understanding he has no prior criminal record.
These are the offenses from what I know however he has not been arraigned yet
-Driving without headlights on
-Driving without a valid drivers license
-Driving while intoxicated while under 21 (I do not know the exact BAC)
-Providing a false name/information to the police
-Resisting Arrest (supposedly was screaming at police officers, they used force against him to restrain him)
Looking at these potential charges, what could one expect as a legal penalty? The car driven did not belong to him.If possible, based on NY State law, I would like to know what maximum/minimum sentencing guidelines would be if charged with the above crimes.
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