New York DWI Attorney

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23-yrs experience
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(518) 745-4346

New York DWI Attorney

Free Consultation

Available 24/7

23yrs Experience

DWI Is My Focus


If you are charged with:
Drugged Driving
Other Offense

I should have called Tucker!

Were you stopped legally?

Police need “reasonable suspicion“ to believe you committed a traffic infraction or that other criminal activity is afoot. I will examine the alleged basis for the stop of your vehicle to determine if it was legal. If not, it is likely that your DWI charges will be dismissed.

I will personally handle your case and review of all documents in connection with the stop of your vehicle, the performance of any roadside field sobriety tests, and your arrest. Each step in the review process is a potential opportunity for dismissal of the charges.

Did you take a breath test?

DWI stops typically involve two kinds of breath test.

#1 Portable Breath Test (PBT): This is a portable test used by police officers along the side of the road. This device is used by the police to detect the presence of alcohol in your system. The device is not designed to produce a numerical result that is admissible against you at trial. The positive PBT result simply adds to the officers probable cause to arrest you for DWI.

#2 Breathalyzer Machine at the Station: This machine is a chemical test of your breath to determine the percentage of alcohol in your system AT THE TIME YOU TAKE THAT TEST! It does not in anyway tell what your blood alcohol concentration (BAC%) was at the time you operated a motor vehicle. However, this is the test used to officially charge you with driving while intoxicated with a BAC of .08% or more.

Was the test accurate?

The breathalyzer machine is a scientific test based on certain specific parameters and assumptions. It must be properly calibrated and very specific steps must be taken by the machine operator to ensure the accuracy and validity of the test result. The machine operator must be certified to operate the machine. We will demand the machine’s calibration records, documentation of the protocols utilized by the machine operator at the time of your breath sample,  and examine the machine operator’s credentials to determine if the BAC result was accurate and admissible as evidence against you.

Should I take the breathalyzer?


The decision to take the breathalyzer test or not is a complicated analysis of several factors and based on your unique circumstances. You have a limited right to counsel to help you make that decision. Ask to call your lawyer - Tucker C Stanclift 518-745-4346 or my cell 518-791-1193. Anytime of day or night!

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