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Welcome to galisonlaw.com law blog. Our mission: to scour the universe for compelling stories in several related areas: DWI law, criminal law and and traffic law. Current changes in these laws offer broad interpretations, encompassing such recent news as the Leandra’s Law, and Jack Shea's law which eases restrictions on collecting blood in intoxication cases. We’ll write about industry news and legal trends, with a sprinkle of good old-fashioned gossip.

We’ll link to the best coverage of law and lawyers from around the Web, report some news of our own and look to you for contributions. We heartily invite your comments, tips and insights.

Along with my ruminations, this blog will include bits and bites from articles in the the New York Law Journal and Legal Newswires. Email me at david@galisonlaw.com.

Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Pinterest Page of David Galison, P.C. Traffic Ticket and Criminal Defense Attorney

The Law Office of David Galison, P.C., is proud to announce the Traffic Ticket and Criminal Defense Pinterest Page. This webpage site will focus on both Traffic Ticket and Criminal Defense postings related to Nassau, Suffolk and Queens counties. As many readers are already aware the Law Office of David Galison handles all traffic ticket matter including but not limited to; speeding tickets, stop sign tickets, failure to signal tickets, tailgating tickets, reckless driving tickets, DWI and DUI, and all other Vehicle and Traffic Law offenses.


And of course if you should need a criminal defense attorney to handle your Nassau, Suffolk or Queens county criminal case we handle that to. For well over a decade the Law Office of David Galison has been handling criminal cases such as; possession of drugs, sale of drugs, driving on a suspended or revoked license, larceny, shoplifting, menacing, DWI and DUI, resisting arrest, possession of a weapon, and all other NYS Penal Law charges.

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