New York Court DWI Lawyer
If you have been charged with a DWI offense in any New York DWI court, our DWI lawyers are ready to help you.
We have designed a powerful and experienced team of lawyers dedicated solely to DWI defense. Our DWI lawyers keep pace with developments in science, technology and the law as it relates to your DWI charge. Our attorney staff constantly reviews ongoing developments in the areas of sobriety tests, forensic toxicology, forensic blood testing, the Science of Accident Reconstruction, Forensic Sobriety Assessment, Medicolegal Aspects of Alcohol, Medicolegal Aspects of Drugs, Forensic Aspects of Driver Perception and Response, and Forensic Vision as it applies to Highway Safety. In each of these specialized areas our DWI Team’s particular focus is on developments that affect the defense of DWI cases in and around the Region. Using these resources and developments allows us to deliver a premier DWI defense in all cases that we accept.
If you entrust your case to our DWI lawyers, you’ll have the peace of mind that comes from knowing experienced lawyers will handle your case correctly from the day you retain our firm. This will save you money in the long run because it will limit your exposure to fines, surcharges, potential loss of driving privileges and employment, and jail or prison. Whether you are a commercial driver or just out for a weekend drive, if you have been charged with a DWI in a NY DWI court, it’s time to make the best choice for your future.
New York’s DWI Court Arraignment Process
If you or a loved one has been charged with a DWI, it can be a very daunting experience full of unanswered questions. What happens after the DWI arrest? What happens at the court date written on my ticket? Will I keep my license? The following information will provide you with a better understanding of what takes place after a DWI arrest. You are not alone or the first to feel this way.
An individual accused of DWI is first arrested, then booked into the criminal justice system and held in custody until all or most of the police officers’ required arrest paperwork is completed. At this point, bail is set in some cases depending on the facts surrounding the case and the presence or absence of prior DWI convictions. Once set, bail must be paid before the individual is released from custody. Shortly before an individual is released, a court date will be set and the police will usually provide one or more pieces of paper directing the motorist to appear in court at a certain place and time to be arraigned. On occasion the arraignment may occur directly after the arrest.
Help protect your rights during the arraignment process by hiring the DWI lawyers of Nave DWI Defense Attorneys today.
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If you have been charged with a DWI in a New York court, for a FREE DWI case evaluation. Call us today: (877) 435-7394.