DWAI Attorney Buffalo, NY
This educational video on Driving While Ability Impaired was provided by Drew Fritsch, an experienced Buffalo DWAI Attorney.
- Individuals charged with DWI and having no prior criminal history are often curious about the potential impact of a conviction.
- It is possible to have the charge reduced to “driving while ability impaired,” which is an infraction as opposed to a crime.
- A conviction for driving while ability impaired will entail certain penalties, including fines and up to 15 days in jail but, as an infraction, DWAI will not result in a criminal record.
- An attorney can help get eligible charges reduced to driving while ability impaired and prevent a criminal record.
Did you or a loved one drink a tad too much one night and get charged with a DWAI? Don’t plead guilty until you know all of your options.