A conviction on any Driving While Intoxicated (“DWI”) charge will result in extremely severe legal and financial consequences in New York.  As such, you should immediately contact a highly skilled defense attorney in order to pursue all available legal strategies for your defense.

DWI charges are treated very seriously (and even differently from many other crimes) by District Attorneys’ offices throughout the state.  As such, there is usually a very slim chance of getting a favorable plea offer to a non-criminal infraction, such as Driving While Ability Impaired (“DWAI”), depending on the court and the facts of your case.

Therefore, your attorney will need to thoroughly research each and every aspect of your case, make any and all legal motions to dismiss the charges and/or to to suppress evidence, and finally, to advise you whether or not to proceed to trial.

There are many law firms nowadays that specialize solely in taking DWI cases.  However, they can often be too costly for many people.  You need an attorney who has the professional experience to handle your case, but at a reasonable rate that you can afford.

So, just be wary of high-priced representation that ends up leading to quick plea.  On the other hand, you should also be cautious of firms with a high volume of DWI cases, where you might be treated as a statistic & paycheck, rather than a as a client.

My mission is to provide the highest quality legal services at a reasonable rate.  I will advise you through every step of your case, be with you at every court appearance, and you can always contact me personally when you have any questions or concerns.

Call me at (716) 852-3600 for a legal consultation on any DWI charges you may be facing.

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