Did You Refuse To Take The Test?
When you were pulled over for DWI, the police administered a screening test at the scene. This test was used partly to determine whether they would take you to the station.
When the police took you to the station, it was time for more testing. They wanted to administer a Breathalyzer test or a chemical test to find out what your blood alcohol content (BAC) was.
If you refused the test, an additional layer of complexity has been added to your DWI case. You need a lawyer who can deal with this level of complexity. You need Patrick M. Noe, Jr., Attorney at Law. From our office in Amherst, we provide DMV hearing representation to people in Buffalo and throughout western and upstate New York.
The Consequences Of Chemical Or Breathalyzer Test Refusal
Upon refusing to take a chemical or Breathalyzer test, your driver’s license was automatically suspended. The suspension could last for a year. You may also have to pay civil penalties to the DMV.
All of this is in addition to any penalties that come with a DWI conviction.
We Want To Help You Avoid Those Consequences
Your DWI case and your Breathalyzer test or chemical test refusal case are two issues, handled separately by different systems. Your DWI case is handled in the criminal courts. Your refusal hearing is handled by the DMV. We can stand by your side in both of these cases.
Our law firm has the experience to help you. When you choose us, you can be confident that you have an attorney on your side who will stand by your side to protect you and strive to prevent one mistake from seriously impacting your life.
Did You Refuse The Breath Test? Contact Us Now.
For representation that can help you with the criminal and administrative aspects of your DWI case, turn to Patrick M. Noe, Jr., Attorney at Law. For a phone consultation, call 716-803-8741 or contact us online.