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What you need to know about DWI and Drug possession with Adam Rosenblum Guest

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Saint Jude Retreats Radio

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This episode of Saint Jude Retreat’s Radio covers topics related to DWI (Driving While Intoxicated), DWAI ( Driving While Ability Impaired) and drug possession.

The guest of the show is criminal defense attorney Adam Rosenblum who is also the founder of the Rosenblum Law Firm, PC, in Albany, which is a general law practice with offices in the State of New York and the State of New Jersey. Mr. Rosenblum also specializes in traffic tickets, personal injury, and Social Security.

The radio show opens with the radio host and Executive Director of Saint Jude Retreats, Michelle Dunbar, touching on the subject of what Saint Jude Retreats is and the philosophy behind it. Trending topics follow with local and national news connected to DWI follow. The news this week included Governor Cuomo's proposition on stiffer penalties for texting and driving, recent Justin Bieber DWI arrest, the local Red Ribbon campaign, related to Chris Stewart and Deanna Rivers’ accident last year and more.

The interview with our guest follows as Mr. Rosenblum and Mrs. Dunbar discuss what is DWI, what are the differences between DWI, DUI and DWAI, what is considered a probable cause for a person to be subjected to a breathalyzer, what is the best course of action if a person is charged with DWI, what is Zero Tolerance law, and much more.

The radio show ends with Dunbar answering questions by listeners, which this week touched on the differences in the severity of consequences between DUI and DWI, how likely is a person with a DWI to reoffend, and what are the chances of having a record for drug possession, if the person is never charged and under 21 years of age.