I would like to come in for a free case evaluation. How does this work?
There are two ways:
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(2) Request one by email, text, or webmail - see the
What will the outcome of my case be?
During your free and confidential case evaluation, Mr. Fletcher will discuss the charges you are facing, the implications, and what it will take to succeed.
What, exactly, am I charged with?
Call our office and we can look up your case and tell you over the phone.
The police never read me my rights. Do they have to?
A failure to read you your Miranda rights may help your case. Call us so that Mr. Fletcher can advise you on this important issue.
What is DWI?
DWI stands for Driving While Intoxicated and is an umbrella term which refers to offenses related to operating a motor vehicle while affected by a substance such as alcohol. Such offenses are commonly charged under VTL § 1192.1, 1192.2, 1192.3, and/or 1192.4.
Will I go to jail?
You might face incarceration for any criminal offense. With a skilled New York City Criminal Defense Lawyerdefending you, you can
greatly reduce this risk. The nature of the penalties that you may face depends on the facts and circumstances of your case. No single circumstance controls though. For example, even if the allegations in your case are not that serious, you may face serious consequences if it is not your first time being arrested, or if your attorney does not take advantage of certain provisions in the law.
Should I take my case to trial?
New York City Criminal Defense Lawyer Lance L. Fletcher will explore all possible defenses that exist in your case and give you an honest assessment of your chance of success at trial. Mr. Fletcher carefully prepares each case as if it were going to trial and is ready to try your case if you elect this option. Not only does this strategy give you more time to make the decision, it also allows for the best possible outcome even if you choose not to go to trial.
How much are your legal fees?
The initial consultation is always free. Thereafter, the cost of services depends on the facts and circumstances affecting your case. Please see the
Fees page for more information.