Buffalo, New York, DWI/DUI Attorney
Being charged with DWI is a serious criminal offense that can have major consequences. Aside from the possibility of jail, probation and fines, your driver's license will be revoked for a year, and you may have to install an ignition interlock device in your vehicle. You need an attorney who devotes all of his efforts to defending people facing serious criminal charges.
We have a lawyer on call 24 hours a day, seven days a week for a free consultation. Call 855-237-1931 right now. We offer flat fees in most cases, so you will know exactly what you have to pay before you hire us. We represent clients for as little as $500.Niagara Falls Drunk Driving Defense Attorney Taking On All Types Of Charges
At the Law Office of John J. Carney, we handle driving while intoxicated charges (DWI), aggravated unauthorized operation charges (AUO) and related traffic offenses. Our Buffalo DWI/DUI lawyers offer information and professional legal services in relation to commercial driver's license DWI, excessive speeding, hit and run, reckless driving, unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and vehicular manslaughter. Our understanding of field sobriety tests, breath tests, urine tests and the many other issues involved with DWI cases enables us to secure better results for our clients than lawyers who do not focus on such matters.
New York has some of the most severe DWI/DUI laws in the United States. A second DWI/DUI offense within 10 years will be charged as a felony. If you are accused of DWI with a child 15 years or younger in your vehicle or your BAC is over .18, you will be charged with a felony. A felony conviction can make it very difficult to get employment or government benefits, and can result in probation, excessive fines and even incarceration.
A lawyer who focuses on DWI cases may be able to show that the officer did not have probable cause to stop you or that the search was illegal, resulting in a dismissal of all charges. An experienced DWI lawyer may also be able to plea bargain down to a DWAI violation, which is a traffic offense, so that you will not have a criminal record. In most cases, we will be able to get you a conditional license so you can continue to drive after your license has been suspended.The Experience You Need
John Carney has more than 30 years of criminal defense experience. In that time he has handled some of the biggest, most publicized cases in the state. In addition, John has taught criminal procedure to police officers, prosecutors and defense attorneys across New York for more than two decades. Our experience allows us to provide comprehensive representation for those facing criminal charges which can result in the loss of your freedom, your employment and your ability to operate a vehicle.Call the Law Offices of John J. Carney
Since our initial consultation is always free and available at any time, call 855-237-1931 to speak with one of our criminal lawyers right now.