Facing the Challenge of New York State Aggravated DWI Charges
Aggravated DWI is the name for the charge filed against a driver whose drunk driving case involves evidence of a blood alcohol concentration in excess of .18 percent, or a little more than double the .08 percent reading necessary to support a regular DWI conviction.
As in other DWI or DWAI situations, our first line of defense doesn't involve your blood alcohol level. Instead, we take a close look at the traffic stop and the arrest. If our attorneys can show that the officer had no good reason to pull you over, or no probable cause for the arrest, we can argue for suppression of the evidence of intoxication and dismissal of the case.
In many cases, however, the facts won't support a challenge to the arrest and we won't find any mistakes in the breath or blood test evidence. In those cases, we use our experience as defense lawyers to find the reasons that will support a break from the prosecution or the court. Even where the evidence against you is strong, we work toward avoiding jail time, excessive fines, or a driver's license suspension measured in years.
Call 585-485-0025 for Advice About Aggravated DWI Charges
For more information about the best ways to deal with to aggravated DWI charges, contact Attorney P. Adam Militello for a free consultation at his office in Pittsford.