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Strategies for Defending DWI Cases in New York, 2016 ed.: Leading Lawyers on Recent Developments in New York DWI Law and Their Impact on Defense Strategies (Inside the Minds)

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Format: Book - softbound
Brand: Aspatore
Copyright: 2016
ISBN: 9780314294920
Service #: 41015444
Sub #: 41015445
Pages: 116
Publication frequency: Updated annually
Update method: Additional volumes or binders

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Strategies for Defending DWI Cases in New York, 2016 ed.: Leading Lawyers on Recent Developments in New York DWI Law and Their Impact on Defense Strategies (Inside the Minds)

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Strategies for Defending DWI Cases in New York provides perspective on best practices for mounting a defense against DWI charges in New York state. The stakes are higher than ever for drivers who find themselves charged with an alcohol- or drug-related driving offense in New York. And the deck appears stacked against them as political and social pressures build each day. Fortunately, with the expert guidance provided in Strategies for Defending DWI Cases in New York, you can turn the tide as some of the state's leading practitioners offer strategies for challenging prosecution arguments at every stage of the case – from the initial stop and “designed to fail” field sobriety tests to the forensic evidence and the methods applied to collect and evaluate it. Inside this book, some of the state's leading law practitioners:

  • Discuss your client's constitutional right to confer with counsel before making important decisions, even when in custody in a DWI case
  • Describe the most common mistake law enforcement makes, especially failing to follow proper protocols in administering SFSTs, because those tests must be administered in precisely the same fashion that the federal government has established
  • Explain how best to attack a “bad” chemical test
  • Understand that each client's definition of “best possible outcome” may differ significantly
This edition has been updated to reflect the latest thinking in New York criminal defense, and shines a light on developing trends in best practices that every practitioner must be aware of.