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DWI Attorneys, DWI Lawyers And Drunk Driving Lawyers In Buffalo, New York
Felony DWI dismissed:
Defendant was charged with felony DWI; refusing an initial breath screening test; and consumption of alcohol in a motor vehicle. The defendant held a commercial driver's license, and an alcohol-related conviction would have left him unemployed. Moreover, the defendant's minor daughter and friend were passengers in his vehicle. The friend suffered broken ribs, a collapsed lung and other physical injuries. Our office was able to have all charges dismissed before arraignment, thereby saving the defendant's license and resolving the entire case quickly and efficiently.
Criminal Attorney, Criminal Lawyer And Criminal Defense Attorney In Buffalo, New York
Numerous felony grand larceny and forgery charges reduced to one misdemeanor:
Defendant was charged with 28 counts of felony grand larceny and forgery in Erie County and eight additional counts of felony grand larceny and forgery in Chautauqua County. Our office was able to consolidate the cases and work out a plea bargain to one misdemeanor in satisfaction of all charges. At sentencing, we were able to avoid jail time, and the defendant was sentenced to three years of probation supervision.
DWI Attorney And Drunk Driving Lawyers In Amherst And Cheektowaga, New York
DWI charges dismissed after jury trial:
Defendant was charged with driving while intoxicated in Genesee County, a county notorious for its tough stance on DWI cases. A plea deal was not offered and the case was tried before a jury. At the conclusion of the jury trial, all charges against the defendant were dismissed.
Criminal Defense Attorney And Criminal Lawyer In Amherst And Cheektowaga, New York
Harassment charges dismissed:
The defendant was charged with harassment and the prosecution did not offer a plea bargain due to the circumstances of the case. Our office was able to have the harassment charges dismissed based on speedy trial grounds.
Drunk Driving Lawyers In Buffalo, New York
Aggravated DWI reduced to noncriminal driving while ability impaired:
Defendant was charged with aggravated DWI for having a blood alcohol content of .18 percent. After a bench trial, the original charges were reduced to the noncriminal offense of driving while ability impaired. The defendant was sentenced to minimum fines.
Criminal Possession Attorney In Buffalo, New York
Drug charges dismissed based on illegal search:
Defendant was charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance in the fifth degree; unlawful possession of marijuana; and multiple vehicle and traffic violations. Our office held a hearing challenging the search of the defendant's vehicle and had all evidence seized from the defendant suppressed. Subsequently, the drug charges were dismissed.
Criminal Attorney In Buffalo, New York
Federal charges result in sentence to one year of probation:
Defendant was charged in federal court with entering an aircraft in violation of security requirements. This charge could have carried up to one year in federal prison and fines totaling $100,000. Our office was able to work out a disposition that did not result in jail time or excessive fines. The defendant was sentenced to one year of probation supervision.
DWI Attorneys In Buffalo, Amherst And Cheektowaga, New York
DWI refusal hearing success:
Defendant was charged with refusing a chemical test that would have resulted in a one-year revocation of his driving privileges. Our office was able to prove that the arresting officers did not follow the proper protocol and time frames. As a result, the case was closed and the defendant's driving privileges were reinstated. The defendant was not subject to a revocation of his driving privileges.