DWI Defense

Many times, clients don’t understand that if you are arrested for Driving Under the Influence or Driving While Intoxicated, you can lose your license and your car before even entering the courtroom. A conviction may lead to incarceration, a criminal record, fines and revocation of your license. That is why at Dalbir Singh & Associates, P.C., we are dedicated to providing our clients with immediate and aggressive representation to ensure the best course of action for their case. Defending a client for a DWI requires extensive knowledge and experience in DWI law. Each case is different and requires a different defense strategy. At Dalbir Singh & Associates P.C., we have litigated hundreds of DWI cases and have the knowledge and expertise to develop the right strategy for each case. DWI defense is based on many factors whether it is your first offense, or you have prior convictions, you can face the following consequences:

  • suspension of driver’s license from 90 days to six months and longer.
  • losing your license for a year if you refused your breathalyzer test, even if you are found not guilty in the criminal court.
  • mandatory installation of an ignition interlock device for periods up to a year and longer.
  • Up to 10 years in jail and a felony conviction for repeat offenders.
  • Increased Insurance premiums.
  • Loss of Employment.
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