Cases: Misdemeanor DWI

PEOPLE VS. J.H.

Our client was charged with DWAI while a prior DWAI charge was still pending. However, we were still able to leverage doubts regarding the proofs of intoxication used against our client, and he pleaded to a lesser non-alcohol related charge. Our client did not serve any jail time and retained his license.

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PEOPLE VS. W.L.

Our client was charged with DWI. Despite a recent DWAI conviction, we were able to negotiate a plea to a reduced DWAI charge. Our client was not required to serve any jail time.

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PEOPLE V. D.S.

Our client was stopped for speeding and was charged with numerous violations, the most serious of which were DWI and Driving with BAC Greater than .08. Among other factors the prosecution had in building their case was a breath test of .13 and our client’s failure on all standardized field sobriety tests. The case was […]

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PEOPLE V. S.T.

Our client, who just completed his Master’s Degree and hoped to be a teacher, was stopped for speeding nearly 30 miles per hour over the speed limit. The police discovered our client was driving on a suspended license for unpaid tickets in other courts. The client failed all field sobriety tests, and his .18 breath […]

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PEOPLE V. B.F.

Our client took a wrong turn and ended up driving the wiring was on a one-way street. Almost immediately our client was involved in a head-on collision. Fortunately no one was injured. Our client admitted to having 2 drinks, and this was verified by a .05 breath test. Despite this low test, our client was […]

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PEOPLE V. M.L.

Client was stopped for a supposed “inadequate headlight.” Client did well on field sobriety tests. A breathalyzer test showed a .07 BAC. Our trial team rejected the offer of DWAI and set the matter for trial. The officer did not show up for the trial and it was rescheduled over our objections. When the officer […]

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PEOPLE V. J.W.

Our client was pulled over and parked in a Thruway rest stop to send text messages when a Trooper knocked on his window and told him to exit the vehicle. Our client was told there had been a 911 call of “erratic driving” by a vehicle matching the description of the truck our client was […]

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PEOPLE V. L.W.

After a suppression hearing during which our experienced DWI attorney explored weaknesses in the District Attorney’s case, the prosecution offered to reduce our client’s charge of misdemeanor DWI to a simple non-alcohol traffic infraction. Our client had a prior DWI conviction and was alleged to have refused a chemical breath test after having been stopped […]

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PEOPLE VS. T.B.

In this case we had the unique circumstance of having a client who was charged with two misdemeanor DWI’s, allegedly with a BAC .12, who was not guilty of any crime. Client had gone to a house party and intended to call a cab when he left. However his cell phone was dead when he […]

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PEOPLE VS. J.G.

In this case, our client was charged with three misdemeanor counts of driving while intoxicated – the 1192.3, 1192.2 and 1192.2(a), allegedly blowing a .19 on the breathalyzer and was also issued a three-point traffic offense. We were able to keep our client’s license through arraignment, this allowed her to avoid the mandatory suspension while […]

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