Getting pulled over from a police officer can cause some people to feel anxiety. For someone that has been drinking alcohol, a police stop can lead to steep consequences. Driving while intoxicated (DUI) charges are serious, and how you choose to handle these charges can play a significant role in determining your outcome.
If you have been accused of driving drunk in the Western part of New York State, the Nelson Law Firm can help you defend your rights. Call the Nelson Law Firm today at (716) 364-2569 and tell us about your case.
A DWI conviction can uniquely hinder how you go about your daily life. It may lead to having a breathalyzer attached to your vehicle, increased insurance rates, loss of your driving privileges, expensive fines, a criminal record and possible jail time.
Years of Experience as a DWI Attorney
The Nelson Law Firm, can help. Below are some drunk driving matters that our attorneys can assist you with:
Driving while intoxicated (DWI): Having a blood alcohol content (BAC) of .08 percent or greater can lead to a DWI charge.
Driving while ability impaired (DWAI): If you are found to be operating a vehicle under the influence of drugs, you may be faced with a DWAI offense. In some cases, this charge can also be levied if you have a BAC less than .07 percent.
Driving under the influence of marijuana: While certain laws have relaxed in regards to the use of marijuana, it is still illegal to drive while under its influence.
Loss of commercial driver’s license issues: If you have a commercial drivers license, you can receive a DWI for having a BAC of only .04 percent.
The Buffalo courts treat DWI cases very seriously. Prosecutors and judges throughout the Buffalo region are consistently seeking and imposing harsh penalties for those convicted of driving while intoxicated. You need an experienced team that can fight for you and guide you through the process.
What Are The Benefits of Retaining a DWI Attorney?
Having an experienced DWI Attorney for your criminal defense case is essential for best results. A blood alcohol level of 0.08% or higher for adults or 0.02% for those under 21 can result in a DWI conviction.
If convicted of a NY DWI, you may have your license revoked or suspended, face high fines and in some circumstances jail or prison time.
A conviction remains on your driver’s record and can restrict your freedom to drive in New York State or to Canada for up to ten years.
A DWI conviction will jeopardize your freedom to drive and may even result in jail time.
DWI is generally a misdemeanor, however, a second or third offense or a DWI with a child under 15 in the vehicle may be prosecuted as a felony charge, bringing your even more severe consequences and up to thousands of dollars in fines.
You may be restricted to a conditional driver’s license and/or subject to substance abuse treatment.
There is no time to waste if you charged with DWI. Contact The Nelson Law Firm, for an immediate consultation about your case. We are always available to clients and willing to go the extra mile for the best possible outcome. Call DWI attorney Buffalo NY, John Nelson at (716) 364-2569.
Our firm can be found representing clients throughout Erie County including Alden Town Court, Alden Village Court, Amherst Town Court, Angola Village Court, Aurora Town Court, Blasdell Village Court, Boston Town Court, Brant Town Court, Cheektowaga Town Court, Clarence Town Court, Colden Town Court, Collins Town Court, Concord Town Court, Depew Village Court, Eden Town Court, Elma Town Court, Evans Town Court, Grand Island Town Court, Hamburg Town Court, Hamburg Village Court, Holland Town Court, Kenmore Village Court, Lancaster Town Court, Lancaster Village Court, Marilla Town Court, Newstead Town Court, North Collins Town Court, Orchard Park Justice Court, Sardinia Justice Court, Springville Village Court, Tonawanda Town Court, Wales Town Court, West Seneca Justice Court, Williamsville Village Court
If you have a traffic ticket in Erie County, call our law firm today for a free case evaluation. (716) 364-2569.
We help people throughout New York state and are based in Ellicottville, NY. We serve Cattaraugus, Chautauqua, Allegany and Erie Counties. If you need to fight your charges professionally, contact us for a fee case evaluation.
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