Successful Finding of No Reasonable Grounds to Arrest for DWI

The State Police charge Client with DWI, 2d Offense in the 2d Circuit - District Division - Plymouth Court. Because Client refused the breath test, Client faces, as a worst case scenario, a 5-year loss of license, mandatory jail time, and mandatory ignition interlock. Represented by Ted Lothstein, Client prevails on the merits in the Administrative License Suspension hearing – finding of no reasonable grounds to arrest for DWI. Then, he secures a plea to two minor traffic violations, and pays a fine. Thus, arrested on a second offense DWI, Client receives no criminal conviction, no license loss whatsoever, and no DWI on his record!