Learning that you are facing a felony drunk driving charge is devastating. Once the charge is filed, you have to deal with the criminal justice system. You also have to deal with the social and professional difficulties that come with a drunk driving charge. Losing your license, not being able to drive and having to rely on others to help you get where you need to go are difficult.
We have experience helping people in New York fight drunk driving charges. We know that a drunk driving charge or conviction can mean a loss of income if you are in a profession that requires a driver’s license. Taxi drivers, bus drivers and truckers are all sidelined by a drunk driving charge that affects their license.
On top of the professional and social implications of the charge, you likely have to deal with fines, possible jail time and other consequences. We can work with you to try to minimize the effects of the drunk driving charge.
It is an almost certainty that your license will be suspended when you are charged; however, if you are convicted, you will likely face a driver’s license revocation. In extreme cases, that revocation might be for the span of your lifetime.
As you can imagine, a lifetime without a license could be devastating. For that reason, it is vital that you have someone on your side to help you fight against the felony charge you are facing. Don’t sit back and let what might be nothing more than a poor choice ruin your life when you can fight for your reputation and rights.