...then released. He subsequently contacted the Department of Motor Vehicles (hereinafter, "DMV") regarding the status of his license, and was informed that his...
In a pair of unrelated matters involving the prohibition against the use of cellphones while driving, an upstate town judge has held that using a phone while stopped at a red light violates the statu
The inspection and calibration of the breathalyzers used to determine if drivers are drunk are nontestimonial, and defendants do not have a constitutional right to cross-examine the technicians who s
...provides that the New York State Department of Motor Vehicles (hereinafter the DMV) is to issue a mandatory suspension of a motor vehicle's registration...
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