Syracuse DWI Lawyers
Ex-Prosecutors to Defend Complex Cases
We Defend with Knowledge and Experience
DWI charges are serious and complex. With decades of experience as prosecutors and defense lawyers, the DWI Defense Team at Azria & Bruffett is well suited to help you get past the charges you are facing.
When you hire Azria & Bruffett to defend your case, you gain access to over 50 years of combined experience on all sides of the criminal justice system. This extensive experience and collaboration among attorneys within our firm helps your us deliver effective and creative DWI defense strategies.
We Work With You
Part of our commitment to you as a person is our dedication to being available for you whenever you have a question or concern. Prompt client communication is a founding principles of our firm. Prompt communication helps us provide a personalized defense, specific to your circumstances.
We Ensure You Understand
Getting through a DWI charge is confusing. The better you understand your case, the less daunting the process will be for you. Accordingly, your attorney will review the legal basis o the charges, ensure that you understand your case, and the potential impact on your life.
During your case evaluation and defense strategy session, your attorney will also review the possible outcomes of your case and identify any challenges that might arise to reach that outcome.
Each case is different and each client is an individual and we always act accordingly.
We Always Act in Your Interests
Your attorney will work tirelessly to achieve the most favorable outcome for your case. Most DWI cases are settled after negotiation, and our attorneys have successfully negotiated countless cases in numerous jurisdictions all over New York State.
Our extensive experience ensures that an intelligent and productive approach will be employed to effectively defend your rights. Though our attorneys are highly skilled negotiators, if negotiations fail, you can rest easy knowing that you have a trial-seasoned DWI Defense Team ready to give you your day in court.