Did You Refuse To Take The Breathalyzer Test?

You were pulled over for DWI/DUI. The police officer made you get out of your car. You had to do the field sobriety tests. Then the officer took out the Breathalyzer. Maybe you refused to take it. Maybe the officer said you refused, even if you didn't. Either way, your driver's license was suspended.

What do you do next?

Talking with an experienced defense lawyer makes sense. Call Michael Spano to find out where you stand and decide what to do about it. He serves clients throughout the Syracuse area and the surrounding areas of Central New York.

The Experience To Fight And Win In DMV Hearings

You have the right to a Breathalyzer refusal hearing in front of an administrative law judge at the Department of Motor Vehicles. You have the right to have a lawyer represent you at this hearing.

Criminal defense lawyer Michael Spano has more than 20 years of experience in criminal law and will put that experience to work, helping you get your driver's license back.

"While efficiency is critical, I will be thorough when building your case. I will review whether the proper policies were followed. I will determine whether the police issued proper warning about the penalties of refusing to take the Breathalyzer test. I will look for every opportunity to see that this DWI/DUI does not cause you to lose your driving privileges." — Michael Spano

Two Separate Cases

If you have been charged with DWI/DUI, you have two cases to deal with: Your driver's license suspension case with the DMV and your drunk driving case with the criminal courts. These are separate cases handled in separate systems.

Michael Spano represents people in Syracuse and Central New York in both aspects of their DWI/DUI case, using his experience to help them achieve the results they need and deserve in each arena.

Call For A Free Consultation

To discuss retaining Michael Spano's services as your attorney and to find out how he can help, call 315-350-3975 or email us.

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