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Howard Alan Kave Attorney at Law
Serving Newburgh And Beyond For Over 40 Years

Newburgh DWI Defense Lawyer

The state of New York is one of the toughest when it comes to DWI law. For example, the department of motor vehicles will revoke your license for at least five years after a third DWI conviction over 25 years.

Even if this is your first conviction, you may face thousands of dollars in fines, the loss of your license, jail time, increased insurance premiums and in many cases, you may be required to install an ignition interlock device in your car. Additionally, if you are charged with driving with a suspended license, you could face a mandatory jail sentence of seven days. In an effort to minimize the damaging effects of a DWI conviction, you should retain an experienced attorney who will aggressively defend your legal rights.

Choose A Decisive Orange County License Suspension Attorney

I am Howard Kave, and I have more than 40 years of experience as a lawyer defending individuals who have been charged with a DWI. There are many different requirements to which a law enforcement official must adhere when pulling over and charging someone with drunk driving. If any of these important steps are missed, the validity of your charge may be challenged. I am dedicated to carefully investigating your arrest in an effort to protect your rights and obtain the best outcome possible.

As a knowledgeable Newburgh DWI defense attorney, I believe in educating my clients about the many facets of the law. By empowering them with information, I am giving them the opportunity to make decisions that will ultimately support a brighter, more successful future for them or their loved ones.

Contact Howard Alan Kave, Attorney At Law, For More Information

I am available for free initial consultations over the phone. To meet with me in person, please call 845-562-1234 to schedule an appointment.

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