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Protecting your rights after a drunk driving charge

On Behalf of | Feb 27, 2015 | Drunk Driving |

When a driver is pulled over by a police officer, he or she has numerous concerns. If the driver is suspected of drunk driving, many of his or her concerns may revolve around legal rights during the stop and what to do if he or she ends up charged with a DWI. Our law firm understands that New Yorkers who are suspected of drunk driving seek to protect their rights and driving privileges. Depending on the circumstances, this could be a serious criminal charge resulting in serious penalties and long-term consequences.

The attorneys at James M Wagman Attorney at Law understand the various defense approaches to a DWI. We will look at all the details of the traffic stop, all facts leading up to the arrest and all documents involved in the drunk driving charge. In order to work toward reducing or dismissing the changes against a suspected drunk driver, our attorneys will work to devise the right defense plan.

Whether you are accused of an aggravated DWI, felony DWI, a DWI or an underage DWI, our attorneys are experienced in all types of drunk driving charges and will work to reduce or prevent the serious consequences that could result. A DWI conviction could result in license revocation or suspension and is likely lead to high car insurance costs. Losing the privilege to drive and incurring high insurance costs could be a huge detriment. Our attorneys will determine the best defense method to help you avoid or reduce these penalties if you are convicted of a DUI.

It is important to understand and protect your rights. Any driver accused of a DWI has the right to defend themselves against these charges. Our law firm’s drunk driving defense overview can help clarify the situation for suspected drunk drivers. This could help provide them with possible options to ensure their rights and interests are protected and preserved in their defense against a drunk driving charge.