Written by attorney James Edward Monroe

Permanent Revocation of Driver’s License after Two Convictions of DWI Involving Physical Injury

The State of New York imposes some of the strictest penalties in the nation for driving while intoxicated, including numerous ways that a person convicted of driving while intoxicated or driving while ability impaired by drugs (DWI/DWAI-Drugs) can lose their license permanently.

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