The Experience To Fight And Win In Felony DWI/DUI Cases
What is the difference between a misdemeanor and a felony DWI/DUI? For one thing, the penalties are much more severe. Losing your driver’s license is the least of your concerns. You could go to state prison for up to four years if you are convicted.
Of course, there are other consequences as well. If you go to prison, you will likely lose your job. You’ll be labeled a convicted felon and you’ll have to carry that with you for the rest of your life. Your right to vote or carry a firearm may even be taken away.
Michael Spano is a criminal defense lawyer with more than 30 years of experience. Give him a call to discuss your specific situation in a no-cost, confidential consultation.
How Mr. Spano‘s Experience Can Benefit You
In addition to his criminal defense experience, Michael Spano has served as a criminal prosecutor in the District Attorney’s Office. He held the position of chief assistant district attorney.
This background is important, because it means Mr. Spano has stood in the shoes of the opposition. He knows what works against them. He knows what they are afraid of. He uses his experience to fight and win the most serious felony DWI/DUI cases.
An Aggressive Approach
These cases must be handled aggressively. The unfortunate fact of the matter is that your previous drunk driving conviction is a strike against you. It is an obstacle that is difficult to overcome.
“I believe in being aggressive to overcome this obstacle and any other obstacle that stands in my path in drunk driving defense. This is the approach that I use to prevent people in Syracuse and Central New York from becoming convicted felons. — Michael Spano