Protect Your Driving Privileges After A DWI Charge

A drunk driving charge needs to be addressed on two levels: on the criminal level, a DWI conviction can result in steep fines or jail time; on the administrative level, you can lose your driver's license and the ability to get to work and all the other places you need to go. As your representative, we will help you address your DWI charge on both of these levels so that you can return to the regular rhythms of your life as quickly as possible.

Criminal defense attorney Richard Gross has handled nearly a thousand DWI cases over the course of his career, which means our office has the experience to represent you effectively and compassionately.

Ensure That Police Have Followed Proper Procedures

Working together with you, we will craft a legal strategy based on the specific details of your case. Part of our service includes research to double-check that the events leading up to and during your traffic stop occurred according to proper procedures. Did the law enforcement officer have probable cause to pull you over? Was the Breathalyzer or other sobriety test administered correctly? When possible, our goal is to get your DWI case tossed out of court.

If you refuse to take a Breathalyzer test during a traffic stop, you have just one week to schedule an administrative hearing in traffic court to petition to retain your driver's license. We can help you schedule this hearing and will advise you before, during and after each event in the legal process.

Work With A Lawyer Who Will Defend Your Rights

The Law Office of Richard R. Gross, Esq., is a law firm of integrity and compassion, committed to standing up for our clients' rights and minimizing the impact of criminal charges on your work, your family and your life.

To see how we can help in your case, contact us online or call us at 585-441-0261 and schedule an initial consultation in our Rochester, New York, office.