Featured Article
Qualifying for a Conditional License in New York
Qualifying for a Conditional License in New York

New York courts and the DMV have the power to suspend or revoke a person’s license if they’re convicted of a serious driving-related offense, such as a DWI (driving while intoxicated) or DWAI (driving while ability impaired). However, the DMV is also aware that driving is ...

Read More
Recent Posts
  • Qualifying for a Conditional License in New York

    New York courts and the DMV have the power to suspend or revoke a person’s license if they’re convicted of a serious driving-related offense, such as a DWI (driving while intoxicated) or DWAI (driving ...

    Read More
  • New York Classifications of Felonies and Misdemeanors #Felonies #Misdemeanors

    Arrested? Charged with a crime? Need a Criminal Defense Attorney? Contact us today at (845) 764-4100. If you’ve been charged with a crime, it is important to understand the classification of the ...

    Read More
  • New York City Sanitation Truck in Hit and Run of Cyclist

    The New York Post reported today that a New York City sanitation truck critically injured and nearly severed the arm of a cyclist in a hit-and-run in Bushwick, Brooklyn on Wednesday night, August 1, ...

    Read More
  • MOTOR VEHICLE, CAR ACCIDENT AND TRUCK CRASHES #car_accident #injury

    MOTOR VEHICLE, CAR ACCIDENT AND TRUCK CRASHES If you’ve been in an accident, contact The Ahearne Law Firm today at (845) 763-4100. Automobile vs. Automobile vs. Trucks and other motor vehicles can ...

    Read More
  • What To Do After A Car Accident

    What To Do After A Car Accident If you’ve been in a car accident or any other accident and sustained personal injuries, contact the personal injury attorneys of The Ahearne Law Firm today at (845) ...

    Read More
  • DWI Penalties New York / Can I still drive to work?

    DWI Penalties New York / Can I still drive to work? If you are convicted of a DWAI (VTL 1192.1), DWI alcohol (VTL 1192.2 and VTL 1192.3), or DWI drugs (VTL 1192.4) in New York State, there are certain ...

    Read More