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As an experienced Buffalo DWI Attorney, I often get questions from clients about DWI plea policies.  In New York State, every county district attorney’s office has a different plea policy on DWIs. In most counties in the western New York region, a .13 or lower for a first-time offender, where there is no accident involved, may get your charges reduced after negotiations between your lawyer and the district attorney to a non-criminal driving while impaired charge.

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If you have prior convictions for any alcohol-related offense, or if there was an accident involved, most district attorneys’ offices will not offer you a plea, and the matter will be set down for trial.

If you have been charged for DWI or DWAI in New York, contact Arthur Pressman to be your ticket to justice!

This educational blog post was provided by Arthur Pressman, an experienced Buffalo DWI Attorney.

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