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The Law Offices of Daniel A. Conti
230 Hilton Avenue--
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Practice for this DUI Attorney in the following Regions, Cities, and Counties:
New York/New York City/ Long Island
Description of this DUI Lawyer Practice:
Daniel A. Conti was born in Brooklyn, New York in 1959. He attended Georgetown University in Washington D.C., and received an A.B. Degree in English with a minor in Philosophy in 1981. He attended Southwestern University School of Law in Los Angeles, California, and received a Juris Doctor Degree in 1985. Mr. Conti was admitted to the New York State Bar in January, 1986. He has since been admitted to the Bar for the United States District Courts for the Southern, Eastern, and Northern Districts of New York, and to the Bar of The United States Supreme Court. He is currently an inactive member of the Bar for the District of Columbia. Mr. Conti was the Libertarian Party Candidate for New York State Attorney General in 1994 and 1998, and he was the Libertarian Party Candidate for Nassau County District Attorney in 1997. Mr. Conti is a member of the New York State Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers. He and his wife live on Long Island.
Impaired Driving Lawyer Synopsis of the Law Applicable to this Province or State:
Throughout the country, driving while under the influence of alcohol has become a much more serious crime than it was just a few years ago. Mr. Conti practices in New York, where so called DWI laws have become more strict. Jail time has become more likely for repeat offenders, and judges have the power to suspend a motorist's license at the time of his or her arrest. At the same time, driving with a suspended license has become a more serious offense, with the increased possibility of jail time and even felony conviction.
First Appearance Notes from this Impaired Driving Attorney:
The first appearance in court is known as an arraignment. It is at this time that you will enter a plea of not guilty and the court will decide your bail conditions.
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