Driving While Intoxicated (DWI)
Being arrested for DWI, Driving Under the Influence of Drugs (DUI), or Distracted Driving are very serious matters with wide ranging consequences that touch upon multiple layers of an individual’s life. These types of charges can result in a criminal conviction, affect employment, carry financial burdens and cause great stress, both personally and for families. Immediately retaining a knowledgeable and experienced attorney is crucial to best navigate the many processes and potential pitfalls that lie ahead once somebody is arrested for DWI, DUI or Distracted Driving. Was there an accident? How high was your test score? Was your behavior with the arresting officer poor? How does the specific City, Town or Village one was arrested in handle DWI charges? How long can I not enter Canada for? How much money is this going to cost? These are just a few of the many questions and issues surrounding each and every DWI, DUI and Distracted Driving charge. Please call us today for a free consultation so we can best advise you how to proceed in the face of these charges.
At Rosenthal, Kooshoian & Lennon, LLP, our attorneys are former prosecutors and have both tried and handled hundreds of these types of matters over the years throughout Western New York. It is important to know the setting where you were charged with DWI, DUI or Distracted Driving, and what your responsibilities are moving through the case in order to achieve the best possible result and to minimize the potential consequences associated with these charges.
At Rosenthal, Kooshoian & Lennon, LLP, we provide our clients with all the necessary information to enable them to make the best choices in the defense of their DWI, DUI or Distracted Driving charge.
At the inception of a DWI case, we fight to the fullest extent of the law on behalf of our clients to maintain their necessary driving privileges, advise them on what, if any, drug or alcohol counseling may be involved, their likelihood of having their case reduced via plea or after trial of a Driving While Ability Impaired (DWAI, a traffic infraction), the range of potential fines and penalties, as well as the post conviction suspension of their license, including whether or not they may be able to drive after conviction or have their license suspended.
We understand that our clients have responsibilities with their jobs, families and children, and that the prospect of being unable to drive causes great stress and anxiety. Please call us today so that you can arm yourself with both the knowledge and representation you need under your specific circumstances.