If you don’t already know your DUI/DWI rights, allow your Long Island DWI lawyer, Maxwell Glass, Esq. to present them to you. Motorist rights can be violated during DUI/DWI arrests. This is why it’s important to have someone on your side who is familiar with your rights and who will fight to make sure they are protected. Your Nassau County DWI lawyer will need to know everything about the arrest so that they can determine if your rights have been violated. If they can establish that your rights were violated at the time of your arrest, it can give them a better defense. In many cases, when the rights of a motorist have been identified, the case is can be dismissed.
Here is a list of some of the questions that your Suffolk County DWI lawyer may ask to determine if your rights were violated.
Did the arresting officer recite your Miranda Rights?
Was there a good reason for the officer to pull you over and detain you on suspicion of DUI/DWI?
Were you parked in a public or private driveway or were you actually operating the vehicle when stopped by the officer?
Did anyone see you drinking or your behavior as a result of your drinking?
Was a Breathalyzer test administered during the arrest? How long after your last drink was the test administered?
Was a field sobriety test administered? Were there any factors that could have affected the outcome of the sobriety tests?
Long Island DWI Lawyers Protecting Your Rights
There are certainly a number of well-qualified Long Island DWI Lawyers but The Glass Group always works as hard as possible to obtain the most favorable results possible. We’ll always make our clients the number one priority. It is still possible for you to improve the situation that you may find yourself in when arrested for a DUI/DWI.
Over the years many of the New York DUI penalties have increased. Being charged with a DUI/DWI is not something that anyone should take lightly, as it can affect every aspect of your life. You should definitely know your rights so that you are able to act accordingly. At The Glass Group, we don’t feel as though your mistake should haunt you for the rest of your life. This is why we take the time to make sure our clients know their rights as they relate to the DUI offense that they have been charged for.
Consult With Our Suffolk County DWI Lawyer Before Pleading
Even if you feel that you are guilty, you should know that you do not have to plead guilty. We always work to create a defense that will work in your favor. Just allow us the chance to consult with you about your case and determine which of our known effective defenses will work best for you. When we are able to successfully challenge the way that DWI/DUI tests were administered, the charges can be reduced or eventually dropped. Unfortunately, many people will plead guilty based on these tests. However, they don’t know that we may be able to suppress these tests, which helps their case.
While you certainly have rights that you may not always be familiar with, it is the job of a an attorney to make you aware of them and protect them on your behalf. This does not always happen, which is why it is in your best interest to rely on the services of someone who is here to protect you and make you aware of your rights. At The Glass Group in Long, Island, NY, we outline what your rights are in a way that is easy for you to understand. Allow our attorney to work with so that you can experience the best outcome possible.