New York DWI DUI Conditional License
Can You Get Driving Privileges After A DWI Arrest In New York?
If it’s your first arrest and conviction for DWI / DUI, it is possible.
And it’s one of the first items we address after we begin working for you. After all….most people need their license to keep their job.
If, after a first time conviction for DWI / DUI – or DWAI – you participate in the Drinking Driver Program (DDP) and receive aconditional license under the following circumstances.
- If Department of Motor Vehicles determines you are eligible for the DDP;
- The sentencing judge does not stop your enrollment in the DDP;
- Payment of the enrollment and program fees.
The law mandates participation in the DDP, even if the driver is not eligible for a conditional license, for convictions of specific alcohol or drug-related violations, or in specific plea-bargaining situations.
Additional Fact: Conditional drivers licenses are not permitted for commercial drivers licenses.
The attorneys with New York DUI can guide you through this process.
We have significant experience handling DWI license suspensions and will use their knowledge of the law and the Drinking Driver Program (DDP) to get the best possible result for you.
For some of the most experienced DWI/DUI representation in New York, give us a call. We will not pressure you. We will not play any games. We’ll answer your questions – and ask you a few as well. And if you want us to help….we will.
Pick up the phone and call us for a FREE consultation. We’re available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
In the NYC area and Long Island, call us at 212 683 5912.
For WNY & Upstate NY, call 1 800 879 6410.
If the call is long distance, or you live elsewhere in New York, call us for free at 1 800 879 6410.
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