DWI Case Types
This misunderstanding is something that causes a lot of people to think that there is only one consequence for one charge. There are actually a lot of different consequences that vary in severity based on the exact charges that are attached to the DWI. Extenuating circumstances can change everything, which is why each case is unique and different.
Types of DWIs
When someone is charged with a DWI, there are generally other charges that are included with that to make it unique for that specific situation. Each of these come with their own consequences, which means that no two people are treated the same when they are charged for a DWI.
The different charges that can be attached to a DWI include:
- Drugs and DWI
- Aggravated DWI
- DWI accident
- DWI causing an injury
- DWI causing vehicular manslaughter
Although each of these charges are different, they all result in extremely serious consequences in any state. These are serious, severe and can change your future within minutes. This is why it’s so important to hire professional legal assistance to help with the defense. Without the help of a trained professional you could end up in a worse position than you anticipated.
It’s important to secure a lawyer as soon as you get charged for anything related to a DWI. The sooner you do this, the better off you will be. Legal defense is the one thing you are allowed, so take advantage of the professionals out there who can help you throughout the entire process.
Contacting Our Team
We are ready to help you whenever you need it, so call our firm at 607-231-6967 right away.
We will provide you with the information you need to make sure you are fully aware of your case, your rights, and what the outcome of your case might be.
We realize that cost is a factor when choosing an attorney. Our clients understand that serious crimes require serious, skillful and diligent representation. Every case is different and we cannot quote you a retainer fee without first speaking to you and learning about your case and charges. We are happy to consult with you at the jail, if needed. While we do charge a small consultation fee for a jail visit, we apply that fee toward your retainer if you ultimately choose to retain us.