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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.

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Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Nassau County Police Department to Take Tough Stance on Aggressive Driving



The Nassau County Police Department recently announced it plans to keep crime down this year throughout the county. One focus for the department will be to increase safety on the roadways, especially the well traveled highways. The department has implemented an initiative specifically to decrease aggressive driving. Officers, particularly those assigned to the Highway Patrol Bureau, will be on the look out for motorists who are speeding, using their cell phone while driving or going through red lights. Members of the police department will be writing more tickets this year than in past years in an effort to decrease dangerous driving throughout the county.

Although receiving a traffic ticket may seem like a minor offense, it can have long lasting effects on your insurance premiums, your wallet and your privilege to operate a motor vehicle.

If you receive a ticket for a moving violation or a misdemeanor driving offense, call the Law Office of David Galison, P.C. We have been helping motorists fight traffic tickets for nearly two decades. We routinely appear at the Nassau County Traffic & Parking Violations Agency, as well as Village Courts throughout Long Island. We are familiar with each courts procedures ranging from deadlines for discovery demands to general plea-bargaining guidelines.

Call us today for a Free Consultation at 516-242-4477. We look forward to helping you fight your traffic ticket. Visit us on the web at: http://www.galisonlaw.com

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