how to filke a motion to dismiss an information in nys criminal court?

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If you plea guilty the charges will not be dismissed but you may be eligible for ARD (Accelerated Rehabilitative Disposition). This means that eventually your record will be cleared as if there had been no arrest. I am not endorsing this lawyer but his site is very informative. DUI Facts.
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