Small Sample of our Many DWI/DUI Successes
Accident, Client blew 0.26, then arrested for his second DWI
Manhattan - Our client was in a motor vehicle accident, blew 0.26 (over three times the limit), and admitted to drinking. It was his second time being arrested in New York City for DWI and was facing jail time. Prosecutor threatened felony charges but
case was recently dismissed - all records sealed - no suspension, fines, and client got his car back. (#1088)
Attempted to Drive through Checkpoint
Manhattan - Our client tried to drive through a DWI checkpoint without stopping - later reportedly swaying, flushed in the face, watery bloodshot eyes and a strong smell of alcohol - Client later blew 0.10 (0.02 over the 0.08 limit) -
Case completely and totally dismissed, no fines, no suspension, no convictionat all, records sealed, arrest fingerprints and photograph destroyed. (#1227)
Client hit vehicle when leaving bar
Manhattan - After having a few drinks, client hit a vehicle when driving home - Client later blew almost twice the limit - NYPD tried to keep client's car but we successfully negotiated for it's release - DWI case completely and totally dismissed,
no fines, no suspension, no conviction, records sealed, arrest fingerprints and photograph destroyed. (#1136)
“I had over 20 drinks, officer”
Manhattan - My client admitted having over 20 drinks prior to being stopped – He had watery and bloodshot eyes - He was charged with DWI under 1192.3 -
Case eventually dismissed - all records sealed – no suspension, no fines, and no vehicle seizure action
Ran a Red Light
Queens - After running a red light, my client blew a 0.15 and spoke with slurred speech and had watery, bloodshot eyes -
all criminal charges were dropped - small fine - no jail time
Clubbing All Night
Manhattan – On the way home from a club on the west side, client stopped after making illegal U turn – admits clubbing all night and drinking several vodka & tonics – blew 0.12 –
all criminal charges dropped – no jail – car returned to client – case resolved quickly
Over Twice the Limit
Manhattan - A client was arrested for Driving While Intoxicated with a blood alcohol level of over 0.18 and charged with a misdemeanor which would have created a criminal record.
All criminal charges were dismissed, small fine.
New Years Eve and Over Twice the Limit
Westchester - Client was arrested for Driving While Intoxicated at 3am following New Year's Eve and as he was driving from Manhattan. With a blood alcohol level of over 0.19, he was charged with Aggravated DWI -
a charge which was successfully dropped.
Another DWI Success
Brooklyn - Client stopped after driving from a popular restaurant – admitted drinking alcohol to arresting officer -
all charges eventually dismissed - record sealed - no jail time, no fine, no suspension
DWI and Driver’s Side Door Full of Marijuana
Queens – After being stopped for talking on his cell phone, officer smelled marijuana smoke and subsequently searched car revealing a bag of marijuana in the driver’s side door – client admitted smoking marijuana -
all criminal charges dropped, small fine, no license suspension (#467)
Manhattan - Client, who had prior arrests, was observed with glassy and bloodshot eyes and slurred speech and admitted smoking marijuana and angel dust –
All Charges Dismissed – No fines, no suspension, and no vehicle forfeiture action
Queens - After being arrested for Driving While Intoxicated and possessing a marijuana cigarette, this client reached out to me and during the first court appearance,
I successfully convinced the prosecutor to dismiss all criminal charges.
DWI / Narcotics
The Bronx - After a client was observed driving in an erratic manner and holding a bag with several hundred tablets of a controlled substance, he was charged with a serious felony which carried the risk of a state prison sentence.
Case reduced to a misdemeanor with a small fine.
New York - A client was prosecuted in New York for driving while intoxicated with minor children in her car. It was her second time facing DWI charges.
Case resolved with only a misdemeanor although she initially faced up to four years in state prison.
Brooklyn – Client stopped for driving 125 mph on his way to work – During traffic stop, officer smelled alcohol and allegedly slurring his speech – client admitted drinking -
all criminal charges dropped, small fine, short license suspension, brief alcohol program (#331)