A Drunk Driving Charge Can Affect Your Livelihood
New York’s drunk driving laws are so strict that a licensed commercial driver who is convicted of even a DWAI (a misdemeanor traffic offense, not a crime) will probably lose their CDL license for at least one full year.At Larkin Ingrassia, LLP, our lawyers have decades of experience and success with DWI defense in New York’s Hudson Valley region. We also understand a minor traffic offense can jeopardize a commercial driver’s ability to earn a living. For these reasons and more, we aggressively approach each case from day one to ensure your rights and interests are fully protected.
With a potential jail sentence and your livelihood as a commercial driver at stake — who do you want fighting for you? For a dedicated legal team with decades of proven courtroom results, call 845-566-5345 or contact us online today.
A Commercial Driver Does Not Have To Be Caught Driving Drunk On The Job
Most commercial drivers who lose their CDL license because of a drunk driving conviction are not stopped and arrested while on the job. They are stopped and arrested while driving their own private vehicle. In the state’s view, someone with a CDL license who drives drunk while off the job is just as likely to drive drunk while on the job. Whether that view is correct or not, nothing changes the fact that right now, saving your livelihood may depend on the experience and trial skills of your attorney.
Let Us Advocate For You And Protect Your CDL
Our criminal defense attorneys are known for providing zealous advocacy on behalf of clients, for their willingness to take drunk driving charges to trial and for their proven ability to win once they get there. In any case, you will have the confidence that comes with knowing that everything that can be done in your defense is being done on your behalf.
Facing The Loss Of Your CDL?
Do not hesitate to call 845-566-5345 or contact us online for a free DWI consultation. Our lawyers represent local, out-of-town and out-of-state commercial drivers arrested for drunk driving and other serious traffic offenses on Interstates I-87 (NYS Thruway) or I-84, U.S. Route 9W, the Palisades Interstate Parkway, State Routes 6, 17 (86) or 59, and on other Hudson Valley roadways.
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