Charged With Your First DWI in NYC?
Counsel from Dedicated Queens DWI Lawyers
DWI charges can happen to anyone, and in many cases, offenders have completely
clean records aside from these accusations. Unfortunately, just because
an individual has no criminal history does not mean that the court will
treat them with lenience. If you are facing a first time DWI, you may
have questions regarding how long your license will be suspended or if
you will spend time in jail. The good news is that
you do not have to navigate this time alone.
Seeking the counsel of a competent New York City & Queens DWI lawyer
can put some of these concerns to rest. At
Musa-Obregon & Associates, we have successfully handled countless first time
DWI charges for clients. With 100 years of collective experience, our firm gives you
the confidence you need as we defend your rights throughout this legal process.
If you or a loved one is facing a first time DWI charge, proper representation
can make every difference. Call our firm for a
free consultation today.
Factors in First Time DWI Sentencing
New York statutes call for fines, license suspensions, and in extreme cases,
jail time for a first-time DWI. While there are maximums set for all of
these penalties, the judge will take in to account various details involved
in your arrest when deciding the severity of a sentence.
Considered factors in a first time DWI charge can include:
- Whether a child was in the car at the time
- Where the offense occurred (i.e. school zone, etc.)
- If there was an open container in the vehicle
- The accused's blood alcohol (BAC) content at the time of the arrest
- If the accused refused a chemical BAC test after the arrest
Contact Musa-Obregon & Associates Today!
It's normal to feel intimidated and even frightened when confronting
a first time DWI charge. At our Queens DWI firm, we've been dispelling
those feelings, reducing charges, and dismissing cases for decades.
Contact our Queens DWI defense firm to start on your case today!
We represent clients throughout all of New York, including Queens, Brooklyn,
The Bronx, Manhattan, Rockland County and Westchester County.