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PEOPLE VS. J.M.

In this case, our client was charged with three misdemeanor counts of DWI, including aggravated DWI as it was alleged that he blew a .20. He had prior alcohol convictions from 1996 and 1999. We were able to secure a great offer for our client by demonstrating that there were issues with proof of operation. Our client was found sleeping in the drivers seat of the vehicle but the only person who allegedly saw him driving was a civilian. There were issues with the civilian’s allegations and we were able to convince the ADA that this warranted a reduction to the traffic infraction of DWAI. This allowed our client to avoid excessive fines, the Ignition Interlock device, and most importantly a criminal conviction.

PEOPLE VS. D.W.

In this case, the above client was charged in Onondaga County with DWI and Aggravated Unlicensed Operation in the 3rd degree, both misdemeanors. Through our review of the case documents and conversations with our client Derek Wild was able to negotiate a disposition that will result in no record, fines or license suspension. The client’s case was adjourned in contemplation of dismissal. This means that if she does not get in any further criminal trouble for a period of time, the entire case against her will be dismissed.

PEOPLE VS. M.Y.

Client was charged with Aggravated DWI, DWI common law, DWI per se, Improper or Unsafe Turn without Signal, Failure to Keep Right. Even though it was alleged that our client was above a .20 BAC and nearly ran another car off the road we were still able to negotiate a favorable disposition. The client was a medical student in a highly competitive program. By being creative and using our client’s positive attributes we were able to get the charge reduced to a DWAI and Failure to Keep Right in full satisfaction. This allowed him to continue to move forward with his career dreams and avoid a criminal conviction.

PEOPLE VS. J.B.

In this case the client was charged with DWI and Aggravated DWI, both misdemeanors, as well as two traffic infractions. The client’s BAC was alleged to be a .21. The initial offer was for our client to plead to a misdemeanor DWI with maximum fines and the ignition interlock device. We continued negotiating on our client’s behalf. We were finally able to secure a plea deal that allowed our client to plea to the non criminal offense of DWAI in full satisfaction of all the charges. This plea deal did not mandate the ignition interlock and allowed our client to avoid a criminal conviction.

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