Leandra's Law

Understanding the Consequences of Leandra’s Law

Accused of Drunk Driving With a Child in the Car? We Can Help.

If you were recently arrested for drunk driving with a child in the car, you could face serious penalties, including jail time, loss of license and a lasting criminal record. Under Leandra’s Law, effective August 15, 2010, New York State legislators made it a felony to commit a DWI or DWAI when you have a child under the age of 15 in the vehicle.

Experienced in Fighting Serious DWI Charges

Edward T. McCormack is a Fishkill-based attorney with extensive experience handling complex cases throughout the Hudson Valley, including those involving drunk driving and with children in the car.

Pursuing the Best Possible Results in Your Case

Remember that the critical point of defense is not always to prove innocence, but to ensure that you are not overcharged for a crime or convicted of a crime the state cannot prove you committed.

Contact a Lawyer With Experience

If you have been charged with a Leandra’s Law violation, contact a lawyer with a track record of telling it like it is and getting successful outcomes. Contact us by e-mail or call toll free at 845-896-1108.