Drunk driving in New York means having your driver's license suspended. That is just one of the side effects that occurs upon being charged. People who are convicted of drunk driving also face driver's license revocation. Not having your driver's license can affect various aspects of your life. It can affect your personal life since you won't be able to drive to get groceries or run errands. It can affect your work life because you won't be able to drive to and from work. It can affect your work life even more if your job requires you to have a license.
We can help you to petition the appropriate bodies to try to get conditional license privileges that might minimize some of the effects of a license suspension or revocation. We can help you to ensure your interests are protected throughout the process. You can't be expected to know all the laws pertaining to your case. Let us help you as you fight for your rights.
Whether you are charged with DWI or another drunk driving offense, even if you are charged with refusing to take a chemical test, you face fines, loss of your license and other penalties. You might even find that your reputation is ruined because of your charges.
The good news is that you can fight to keep your name clear. You can fight to keep your driving privileges. You can fight to stay out of jail. You don't have to just let the criminal justice system take away your rights and privileges without presenting a defense.