Rockland County DWI Lawyer

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If you have been arrested for DWI the most important decision you make is hiring the right attorney. It is not the time to hire someone who dabbles in DWI cases but rather someone whose main focus is defending and protecting the rights of people who have been arrested for DWI. Someone who has successfully suppressed breath test results who has suppressed field sobriety test results and someone who has taken several cases to trial resulting in acquittals or reduced charges.

If you have been pulled over, arrested and charged with DWI or DUI, contact my office as soon as possible to get the defense you need.

What Is A DWI?

A DWI is legally called Driving While Intoxicated, but it is more commonly known as drunk driving. In New York, a driver is considered impaired when his or her BAC (blood alcohol content) level is .08 or higher. This kind of information is typically collected when a driver has been pulled over and given a breath test (commonly known as a Breathalyzer). Law enforcement may also perform field sobriety tests to determine an individual’s level of intoxication.

Varying BAC levels and the methods that law enforcement uses to collect information can dictate varying consequences in the criminal justice system (aggravated DWIs or felony DWIs), which is why having an attorney on your side to suppress the evidence against you can greatly influence your case.

What Is A DWAI?

If you are a first-time misdemeanor DWI offender, we can oftentimes have your charge reduced to a DWAI (Driving While Ability Impaired) charge. Under New York law, this is not viewed as a crime, but rather is a traffic infraction. Because of this, a DWAI has significantly less costly fines and consequences than a criminal misdemeanor DWI.

A Brighter Future Begins Today
Contact Frank J. Raso, New City DWAI Defense Attorney, Today

If you are facing any type of alcohol-related criminal offense, I am here to help you. I do all I can to not only mitigate the consequences of your current criminal charge, but also help you pursue rehabilitative and preventative measures to make sure you do not face this type of situation again.

Schedule a consultation by contacting my office online or by telephone at 845-358-5115. I can help you mitigate the consequences of your DUI charge and work to make sure that this type of issue does not dictate your life for years to come.

How can we help you?

Contact Us

Frank J. Raso
3 Main Street, Suite 1
Nyack, NY 10960
Phone: 845-358-5115
Fax: 845-358-7092
Email: [email protected]
Nyack Office