Defending Against a DWI Charge in NY
How a Proven New York DWI Attorney Can Help
Many drivers facing a
DWI charge may feel like they have very few courses of action other than accepting
a criminal conviction. They have already been stopped, arrested, and in
many cases, been forced to submit to a chemical or field sobriety test.
What many do not know is that, even in these circumstances,
there are a number of defense avenues to explore to reduce and even dismiss
the charges against them.
It is necessary to retain the legal representation of a qualified and knowledgeable
New York DWI lawyer if you wish to create a solid DWI defense strategy. At
Musa-Obregon & Associates, our Queens team is led by a former prosecutor who's provided unparalleled
insight into arrest procedures and court processes to countless DWI cases.
We have the tactics to find the vulnerability in your charges.
Need a strong defense against your charges in Queens or NYC?
Call us today!
Identifying Weaknesses in DWI Charges
DWI arrest procedure is a highly regulated process for law enforcement.
Often, it's found that misjudgments were made or details were overlooked
that jeopardizes the legitimacy of the DWI charges altogether.
Possible weaknesses in a DWI case can include:
- Miranda rights issues
- Failure to inform the accused about chemical test penalties
- Lack of probable cause for the traffic stop
- Lack of probable cause of evidence gathered during the stop
- Possible witness accounts of your condition before driving
- Medical conditions that could have mimicked DWI warning signs
- Failure to calibrate or maintain a breathalyzer machine
Proper Defense from Our Queens DWI Firm
You do not have to let the assertions of law enforcement and the prosecution
bully you into a guilty plea. If there are weaknesses in the evidence
against you, then you can rest assured that our team will find them.
Call our firm today to learn more about your DWI defense options. Musa-Obregon
& Associates is ready to provide your
We represent clients facing DWI charges throughout all of New York, including
Queens, Brooklyn, The Bronx, Manhattan, Rockland County and Westchester County.