Peter Gerstenzang

Peter Gerstenzang

210 Great Oaks Bvld
Albany, NY 12203

Phone: 518-441-7011

Website: http://www.dwilawny.com

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About Peter Gerstenzang

Graduate, Albany Law school, Captain, United States Army AG, ADA Albany Co DA’s Offc. Regent, National College For DUI Defense 2004-2013, Dean of College 2013. Regular speaker for New York State Bar Association, New York State Magistrates Association, New York State Defenders Association, numerous national, state and local bar association’s, public defenders, and judicial organizations. Author, Handling the DWI Case In New York, published by Thompson West, 2016 recipient of the New York State Bar Association‘s award for Outstanding Contribution To Criminal Law Education.


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