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Brooklyn Vehicular Crimes Attorney

Sometimes a crash involving death or serious bodily injury is just a tragedy. But when law enforcement officers suspect drunk driving, reckless driving or a hit and run, then a criminal investigation begins. The New York Police Department (NYPD) has officers that focus on these type of vehicular crimes. The District Attorney’s Office in Brooklyn, NY also has a vehicular crimes unit that prosecutes these difficult cases.

You also need an attorney focused on vehicular crimes involving DUI, reckless driving and leaving the scene of a crash. When preparing your defense, your attorney will work with experts in toxicology and accident reconstruction. Your criminal defense attorney must have experience in the very technical and involved process of contesting blood search warrants, analyzing the accident reconstruction of crash scenes, contesting speed determinations from skid and yaw marks, and analyzing pedestrian throw and impact findings.

In many of these cases your attorney will file motions to suppress or exclude evidence illegally obtained and motions to dismiss charges when insufficient evidence exists. Contact an attorney at Greco Neyland, PC to find out more about vehicular crimes in Brooklyn and throughout New York City.

Additional Resources

Vehicular Crimes in Brooklyn – Visit the website of the Brooklyn District Attorney’s Office to learn more about the Vehicular Crimes Unit. The unit focuses on allegations of vehicular homicide or serious injury connected to drunk driving, reckless driving and leaving-the-scene-of-an-accident offenses committed in Brooklyn in New York City. Also find recent press releases about hit-and-run cases committed yesterday, and recent convictions and sentencing decisions.

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