If you’re facing charges related to Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) in New York State, it’s crucial to have a knowledgeable legal advocate by your side. DWI cases can have significant implications on your driving privileges, financial standing, and even your personal freedom.
At Chris Johnson Attorney At Law PLLC, we understand the intricacies of New York’s DWI laws and have a proven track record of providing dedicated representation to clients navigating these challenging situations. Our experienced team will diligently analyze the circumstances of your case, explore potential defenses, and work tirelessly to achieve the best possible outcome. We are committed to safeguarding your rights and guiding you through the legal process with the utmost care and expertise. Your future matters to us, and we’re here to provide the guidance and support you need during this difficult time.
What are the potential consequences of a DWI/DUI conviction in New York State?
DWI/DUI convictions can result in fines, license suspension, mandatory alcohol education programs, increased insurance rates, and even imprisonment, depending on factors like your BAC and prior convictions.
Can I lose my driver's license if I'm charged with a DWI/DUI?
Yes, a DWI/DUI charge can lead to a driver’s license suspension. The length of the suspension varies based on the offense and your driving history.
How can an attorney help me if I'm facing DWI/DUI charges?
A skilled attorney like Christopher can assess the evidence, challenge the legality of the stop or arrest, negotiate with prosecutors, and build a strong defense. Our goal is to minimize the impact of the charges and protect your rights.
Is it possible to have the charges reduced or dropped?
Depending on the circumstances, an attorney like Christopher may be able to negotiate for reduced charges or have the case dismissed. Their expertise is essential in navigating the legal process and advocating for your best interests.
What should I do if I've been arrested for DWI/DUI in New York?
Firstly, consult an attorney without delay. Secondly, avoid discussing the case with anyone except your attorney. Lastly, follow legal requirements such as attending court hearings and responding to DMV notifications.