Commercial Truck DWIDWI & DWAI Charges For Commercial Drivers

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Compared to other drivers, every driver holding a Commercial Driver License (Class A, B, C) is held to stricter Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) standards, and faces tougher penalties, while operating a vehicle that requires a CDL license. A single conviction for DWI, DWAI, or having a .04 percent or higher BAC requires a minimum 1–year revocation of the driver's license (3 years, if driving a vehicle that requires hazardous materials placards).

A second conviction within the driver's lifetime results in permanent revocation, with a possible waiver after 10 years. A third CDL DWI conviction results in a permanent revocation without any possibility of ever getting it back. Drivers who hold a commercial license should review the Commercial Driver's Manual (CDL–10), available at motor vehicle offices, for additional information about penalties that apply to them.

Skilled Representation for Commercial Drivers Charged with DWI/DWAI

Our Westchester County DWI lawyers have represented countless commercial drivers who have been charged with operating a commercial motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol. We understand the profound effects that a DWI and DWAI conviction can have on commercial driver's ability to earn a living and that is why we will aggressively defend and protect commercial drivers.

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If you are a commercial driver who has been charged with a DWI or DWAI, do not delay in contacting an experienced Westchester County DWI lawyer at our office. We offer free consultations. Contact us online or by telephone at (914) 840-5104 to speak with a Westchester County DWI lawyer.

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