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What type of damages can I get in a personal injury case?

New York law allows a person injured by someone else’s negligence to file a lawsuit and ask for damages.  But the type of damages that you can recover depends on how the injury affects your life. In a personal injury case, those damages are typically thought of in two ways: non-economic damages and economic damages.

How Your Traffic Ticket is Handled in Georgia Courts

Superior Court, State Court, Municipal Court, Probate Court, or Recorders Court? Traffic citations, or tickets, are considered misdemeanor criminal offenses under Georgia. Every county in Georgia has a Superior Court, which has jurisdiction over misdemeanor and felony criminal cases, in addition to most civil cases. The more populous counties also have a State Court to handle misdemeanor criminal cases and certain civil cases. Municipalities, or cities, also have their own courts, called municipal courts. These courts handle traffic offenses, some other misdemeanor offenses, and city...

FAQs New York Search Warrants

As Americans, we all have increased expectations of privacy in our homes. Pursuant to the 4th Amendment, we are supposed to enjoy a life free from being subjected to unreasonable government searches and seizures. A search warrant is an instrument used under specific circumstances by law enforcement to pierce the protection of these expectations.

Distracted Driving in New York: What All Drivers Need to Know

Driving distracted is dangerous and in recent years, New York State has taken notice and has made the vehicle and traffic law more strict. Basically, anything you can do with a smartphone is considered “using” and is prohibited. To be charged under the “use of portable electronic device” law, the police officer need only see you hold something that looks like a portable electronic device. Proof of actual use is not required. Learn more.

Georgia’s “Anti-Texting” Law Continues to Catch Drivers Off-Guard

In 2010, the Georgia legislature passed a passed a law making it illegal to “write, send, or read any text-based communication, including but not limited to a text message, instant message, e-mail, or Internet data” while operating a motor vehicle on a public Georgia road or highway. Georgia police officers are allowed to stop and ticket people for violating the law even if they are driving safely and haven’t committed any other traffic offense. Since the law passed, thousands of Georgia residents have been ticketed for violation. Penalties Drivers that are...

New Jersey Drivers: Impact of New York Traffic Convictions

A New Jersey driver convicted of a moving violation in New York will acquire points on their New Jersey driving record.

What will happen to my driving license from a DWI?

The impact on a driving license from a DWI is two fold. 1) Prompt suspension at arraignment and 2) Suspension or Revocation if Convicted

Restoring a Revoked New York Driving License

How to restore your revoked links including links and resources from the DMV.

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Georgia Driving License Mandatory Suspensions and Revocations

Suspension  Georgia Department of Driver Services (DDS) will impose a mandatory suspension of a driving privilege on a Georgia driver convicted in Georgia, or any other state, of: Racing; or, Operating a vehicle with a suspended, revoked, or canceled registration; or, Leaving the scene of an accident; or, Homicide by vehicle; or, Using a vehicle to elude or attempt to elude an officer. Revocation  DDS will revoke a driving privilege if a driver is convicted of: Being a habitual offender due to 3 convictions in 5 years of offense that causes a mandatory...

About the Georgia Limited Driving Permit

If you’ve lost your Georgia driving privilege to suspension or revocation there may be some help for you. Often you may be eligible for a Limited Driving Permit while your license is suspended or revoked. These permits are available only for a fee, the fees are generally about $25 except for a habitual violator who must pay $210. Click here for a list of the fees.  The Limited Driving Permit (LDP) allows you to drive to: Work; and, Doctor or pharmacy; and, School; and, Drug or alcohol support groups; and, Driver's education Court, probation, or community service...

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I am an attorney working in the lower Hudson Valley. I had an unfortunate brush with the law on my birthday of all days! which resulted in my receipt of a speeding ticket en-route to a wedding in Buffalo. I'd never had any other infractions on my record and this offense is certainly not an area in which I specialize. I was very upset and worried but immediately upon calling Mr. Azria all of my fears and concerns melted away. Mr. Azria was able to plead my ticket down to a minor violation with no points and a small fee to the Court. Mr. Azria was quick, efficient and responsive. I never had a moment of worry that my case was being neglected. Mr. Azria and his team answered any questions that I had and kept me informed throughout the process. I could not have asked for a better team in my corner and you can't beat the price. You would have thought that I spent a small fortune for the quality of service that I received. Take it from me, Mr. Azria is the attorney you want representing you.

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