DWI Evidence Can Be Suppressed

The lawyers of Greenspan & Greenspan understand that DWI defense clients cannot be convicted unless the prosecution can prove its case beyond a reasonable doubt through proper evidence. The strongest evidence will usually show up as toxicology reports, police statements or the defendant's admissions.

New York DWI Defense: Suppressing The Evidence

Even strong evidence of guilt can be kept out of the record of your case if it was obtained in violation of your legal or constitutional rights. To find out whether suppressing DWI evidence can lead to dismissal of the drunk driving case against you, contact Greenspan & Greenspan to discuss your situation with an experienced defense attorney.

Experienced White Plains DWI Court Attorneys

Finding a way to keep evidence of intoxication out of the court record is usually the best way to get rid of a DWI charge. Whether your most promising route toward suppressing the evidence against you is based on constitutional or factual grounds, we can give you a good idea of your opportunities for dismissal or a compromise plea.

Our attorneys will review the facts surrounding your arrest and events after. Grounds for suppressing evidence can range from an illegal search or seizure to your Miranda rights not being read to you. Police officers must follow procedures lawfully and within bounds of the Constitution. If this is ever violated, an argument can be made through a motion filed to the court that evidence obtained be suppressed.

Learn About Suppressing DWI Evidence — Call 845-617-5404

Find out more about our strategies for suppressing DWI evidence in Westchester County and Rockland County drunk driving cases. Contact Greenspan & Greenspan in White Plains or New City for a free initial consultation with one of our New York state attorneys.