Ossining AUO Suspended License Lawyer
If you are charged with a DWI or Driving with a Suspended License in Ossining Justice Court, you should call our criminal defense lawyers at 914-723-7900.
About Ossining Justice Court: The Ossining Court is located at 86-88 Spring Street in Ossining. It has jurisdiction over misdemeanor matters such as Criminal Possession of an Anti-Security Item under PL 170.47,Criminal Possession of Marijuana in the Fifth Degree under PL 221.10, and Criminal Sale of Marijuana in the Fifth Degree under PL 221.35. Among other things, the court also has jurisdiction over speeding and traffic tickets. The court has two Town Justices and two Town Court Clerks.
About Our Firm: Villanueva & Sanchala, PLLC has represented hundreds of criminal defendants and ticket matters in Ossining and surrounding courts. The firm has a successful trial record. If you need an attorney in Ossining, call them at 914-723-7900.
DWI Defense: If you are charged with a DWI, you can be facing either criminal or felony charges. If you are convicted, you can be sentenced to a length jail term, probation, and pay significant fines. An adult conviction will result in a permanent criminal record which cannot be sealed.
Questions and Answers:Q. How do I Post Bail and When do I Get it Back?
A. The Court Clerk will tell you the type and amount of bail to be posted and how to do it. Bail is a way to be sure you show up in court. Usually bail cannot be returned until the case is finished or bail is lowered or you are released in your own recognizance or returned to jail. There is a 3 percent surcharge on cash bail which is not returned if there is a conviction.Q. I've Been Indicted. What Happens Next?
A. There will be a date scheduled for an "arraignment" of the indictment. At the arraignment, a plea will usually be entered and the issues of bail and your right to a lawyer will be discussed.
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Other Useful Links:
Center for Court Innovation
NYS Unified Court System
NYS Department of Health
NYC Department of Juvenile Justice