New York DWI/DUI Attorneys

 Attorney, Steven Brill, on DWI Arrests.


Defense When Your Freedom is at Stake

According to New York state law, if you are arrested for driving while intoxicated (DWI) or driving under the influence (DUI) of drugs or alcohol, refusing to take a breath or blood test or having a breathalyzer reading over .08% serves as enough grounds for immediate and automatic suspension of your driver's license. Commercial drivers are prosecuted under different laws and penalties. No matter if you are guilty or innocent, your livelihood and freedom is at stake.  At Sullivan & Brill, we have been representing individuals charged with DWI for over 2 decades.  We can help. 

If you have been arrested for DWI or DUI, it is vital to retain a criminal defense attorney as soon as possible. At Sullivan & Brill, fight to recover your driver's license by:

  • Gathering all paperwork related to your arrest
  • Retrieving all evidence detailing the circumstances of your arrest
  • Investigating the accuracy of the breath or blood tests that were administered
  • Petitioning the court for a temporary driver's license
  • Contacting the authorities to recover your seized vehicle
  • Preparing for a hearing if you refused a blood or breath test

DWI and DUI cases are on a strict timeline, which is why it is extremely important to retain our New York City criminal defense lawyers to work right away and protect your rights.

Meet With Our Criminal New York City Defense Attorney

With more than 20 years of experience dealing with thousands of criminal matters throughout New York, Sullivan & Brill is ready to take on your DWI or DUI case. Our goal is to help you keep your driver's license and driving privileges.

Contact us as soon as possible to schedule a free initial consultation to discuss your case and develop an aggressive plan to fight for your rights and secure your freedom and your future.

Areas We Serve

Our firm serves clients in New York City, Long Island, Kings, Bronx, New York, Queens, Richmond, Nassau, Suffolk, Westchester, and Rockland Counties, and San Juan, Puerto Rico.