Are you or a loved one facing DWI charges in New York?

The thought alone can be scary. A conviction could leave you with expensive fines, a suspended license, a criminal record and other negative consequences.

However, it is important to know that just because you’ve been arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence does not necessarily mean that you will be convicted.

Our highly-qualified New York DWI defense attorneys have helped countless individuals over the years to minimize the negative consequences of their DWI arrests. In many cases, we have been able to successfully reduce the penalties that they incur and have helped many individuals to become completely acquitted of the charges against them.

Contact one of our New York offices today for a free case evaluation to learn about your legal options and how we can help you after a DWI arrest.

Why Hire A New York DWI / DUI Defense Lawyer?

If you’ve been arrested for DWI, DUI, DWAI, or any other intoxicated driving charge, you need to consult an experienced criminal defense attorney immediately.

By working with our New York DWI defense attorneys, you can help to maximize your chances of obtaining a favorable outcome and minimize the negative consequences of your arrest.

How Our DUI Defense Lawyers Can Help

Too many individuals proceed with their DWI case without consulting a qualified criminal defense attorney. This is because many drivers incorrectly believe that the only legal option that they have after a DUI arrest is to plead guilty to the charges and accept the full consequences of a conviction.

The truth is that you have many legal options after a DUI / DWI arrest and there are many different approaches that can be taken depending on the circumstance of your arrest.

Challenging Your DWI Arrest

The first thing that you should know is that you can fight a DWI charge in New York and you can win.

There are many grounds on which a DWI arrest can be challenged:

  • Did the arresting officer have sufficient reason to stop your vehicle?
  • Were the field sobriety tests administered correctly?
  • Are the chemical test results accurate?
  • Did the officer read you your Miranda rights?

These are only a few of the many challenges that can be made to a DWI arrest. Even if you believe that there is no way to fight the charges, a simple mistake by an arresting officer can render certain “evidence” against you as inadmissible.

Our experienced lawyers have successfully helped many drivers to challenge their DWI arrests and become completely acquitted of the charges against them. We are prepared to aggressively fight to defend your rights too.

Negotiating A Favorable Plea Bargain

Even if it is not possible to get the charges dropped, it may be possible to negotiate a favorable plea bargain with reduced charges and a reduction in penalties.

By simply pleading “guilty,” drivers are likely to face the maximum penalties associated with the charges against them.

However, with the help of a qualified DWI defense attorney, many drivers are able to negotiate a favorable outcome, such as:

  • A reduction in criminal charges
  • A reduction in fines and fees
  • Reduction or elimination of license suspension
  • Reduction or elimination of jail sentence

Acocella Law Group – Your DUI Defense Lawyers

If you’ve been arrested for intoxicated driving, you need an experienced lawyer on your side with a track record of success when it comes to fighting DWI charges.

The lawyer that you choose should be committed to minimizing the negative consequences that you incur. You need someone who is willing to aggressively defend your rights when the time comes.

Led by New York DUI defense attorney Frank Acocella, Esq., our team of attorneys aggressively represent the rights of drivers charged with DWI, DWAI and other intoxicated driving charges throughout the State of New York.

We’ve helped many clients to obtain a favorable outcomes after being arrested for drunk driving or DWI – now it’s your turn. Get the legal help that you deserve today.

New York Office Locations

We represent clients throughout the State of New York from our multiple office locations in the Greater New York Metropolitan Area.

To find out more about a specific office location, click the link below: