Driving While Ability Impaired (DWAI)

Driving While Ability Impaired (DWAI)

Offering Creative Legal Strategies Against DWAI Charges

DWAI, or Driving While Ability Impaired, may be a lesser charge than a DWI, but that does not mean it shouldn’t be taken seriously. In New York, penalties associated with a DWAI can include stiff mandatory fines, along with possible jail time and license suspension. If you are stopped and you have a passenger who is under the age of 18, you will be charged with a felony. If you have been charged with a DWAI, it is in your best interests to have experienced legal representation on your side.

More Than One Type of DWAI

DWAI may involve drugs (including prescription medications), alcohol or both:

  • DWAI that is alcohol-related
  • DWAI – Drugs
  • DWAI Alcohol and Drugs

We Vigorously Defend You Against DWAI Charges

Attorney Edward T. McCormack will start with a detailed interview: What sort of medical conditions do you have? Could your medical condition impact your ability to pass a field sobriety test? Were you taking your medications per instructions? Have you been sleeping poorly? Have you been sick? In many cases, we can show hardship: If you lose your license, will you lose your job? We will look at every possible reason to convince the district attorney to give you a break and reduce or dismiss the charges.

Contact a Lawyer With Experience

If you have received a traffic ticket or have been charged with DWI / DWAI, contact a lawyer with a track record telling it like it is, and getting successful outcomes. Contact us by e-mail or call us at 845-896-1108 to schedule a free consultation.