NCDD Attorneys - New York

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The attorneys listed here are members of the National College for DUI Defense, Inc., but the listing is not a representation of and implies no level of special competence (unless such member is shown as Board Certified, in which case they are acknowledged as having special competence). No one should hire any lawyer simply because they are listed on this or any other web site or legal directory. The information here is intended only to provide contact information and some, member provided, biographical information, none of which represents the opinion or views of the NCDD. NCDD makes no effort to confirm the accuracy of biographical information posted by its members and, to the extent it maters to anyone considering hiring such attorney, should be independently confirmed by such person. Anyone seeking to hire an attorney should talk to and-or meet with the attorney and only hire that lawyer if such person is satisfied, based on their own inquiry and not based on anything on this page, that the attorney is who they want to represent them.

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I Still Stand With You

07/28/2020

By Jonathan Dichter Continuing to Remember What Our Clients Really Need Some years ago, I wrote an article for a Washington State Defense Journal entitled "I Will Stand With You." I have received amazing feedback from it including a local public defense agency making it part of their required reading for new hires. Our world has changed since then - drastically as of...

New York Times Investigation: Breathalyzers are Unreliable Machines and Should Not be Trusted

07/06/2020

By Kevin Bennett Breathalyzer devices can be found in every police station in the country. Law enforcement use them as indisputable proof of a driver's blood alcohol level, incorporati0ng them into evidence when prosecuting suspected drunk drivers. However, there is a growing body of evidence to suggest breathalyzers are not a reliable tool when it comes to measuring how intoxicated a...

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