Whether you have a simple traffic ticket or a DWI, your chances of a favorable outcome depend greatly on your ability to evaluate not only the facts of the case, but also the government agents involved - the officer, the prosecutor and the judge.
DWI charges are monitored closely by the Legislature as well as outside groups such as MADD. The charge is almost never dismissed by the prosecutor. Therefore, individuals facing this charge must plead guilty as charged or ask for a trial before a District Court judge. Typically, areas to be challenged at trial include the initial stop of the vehicle, the identity of the driver, the validity of field sobriety and alcohol testing results, and law enforcement's ability to prove that the driver was appreciably impaired at a time relevant to driving.
Crabtree, Carpenter & Connolly attorney Jeff Connolly uses his knowledge acquired from prosecuting traffic violations and DWIs to defend and fight for you.
- Driving While Impaired
- Driving After Consuming Less Than 21 Years Old
- Driving While License Revoked
- No Operator's License
- Careless and Reckless Driving
- Speeding in a School Zone
- Stop sign / Stop light violations
- Seat belt violations
- Commercial Vehicle violations
- Limited Driving Privileges
- DMV Hearings