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Blog Posts in 2015

  • In New York State, repeat driving while intoxicated ( DWI ) offenders are most often penalized with the mandatory installation of an ignition interlock device (IID). An IID prevents the vehicle from being started by anyone with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) over the legal limit of 0.08%. An audit that included people with multiple DWI convictions in the state between the years of 2012 and ...
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  • We are proud to announce that Attorney Robert Schuster has received selections to two highly-respected legal organizations: the American Society of Legal Advocates “Top 100 Criminal Defense Lawyers” and the Best Attorneys of America by Rue Ratings. The American Society of Legal Advocates (ASLA) recognizes only the most-elite lawyers in the country, who may join the organization through ...
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  • Robert Schuster is known as being not only one of the most prolific criminal defense attorneys in New York, representing clients in courtrooms throughout Westchester County and further afield, but also as one of the most effective attorneys in the state. An example of his success in achieving impressive results for his clients occurred earlier this year when he was able to secure a reversal of a ...
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  • When Sarah Snyder – known for her modeling and for her relationship with actor and musician Jaden Smith – was arrested for allegedly stealing a handbag valued at around $16,000, she came right to Attorney Robert Schuster of The Law Offices of Robert Schuster in New York for legal counsel and defense. The incident has since generated a considerable amount of buzz. To get the complete ...
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  • Mr. Schuster believes in the necessity to remain current with legal developments and new laws that govern our state. On November 8, 2009, New York passed a new law regarding DWI and children in the car at the time of arrest. According to NY VAT §1192-2a(b) , also known as Leandra's Law, it is a first-degree felony to operate a motor vehicle while intoxicated and while there is a child ...
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