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SHELDON TOWN COURT ATTORNEY

CRIMINAL LAWYER SHELDON NY

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Sheldon Town Court
1380 Centerline Rd.
Strykersville, NY 14145
(585) 535-7644
Town Justice: Laura Kirsch & Paul Romesser
Sheldon is located in Wyoming County, NY with a population of over 2,400 people.

Are you or a loved one scheduled to appear in the Sheldon Town Court and need a DWI Attorney or Traffic Lawyer to represent you?

When choosing a DWI Lawyer or Traffic Ticket Attorney to defend you in the Sheldon Town Court, it is important to choose a qualified attorney with experience handling these types of cases. Criminal Lawyer Drew Fritsch is a former prosecutor with over 20 years of legal experience and can use his knowledge to help you.  We offer a free one-on-one consultation to anyone seeking guidance.

FREQUENTLY ASKED DWI QUESTIONS:

Q. Can I Represent Myself on a DWI Charge?

A.  An old legal maxim says, “An attorney who represents himself has a fool for a client.” People sometimes ask me if they can just defend themselves from a DWI charge, rather than spending the money to hire an attorney, and my answer is an unequivocal, “No!” An attorney is familiar with the rules of evidence, the court in which your case will be heard, the district attorney's office and their policies with regard to your particular case. You may not be aware of the many available defenses, but an attorney who regularly practices DWI defense will be. He or she can help you achieve the best possible outcome.

FREQUENTLY ASKED TRAFFIC TICKET QUESTIONS:

Q. How Can Hiring an Attorney Help Me on a Traffic Violation?

A.  An attorney can help you resolve a traffic offense in a number of ways. One thing your attorney will do for you is make sure the officer had a valid reason to pull you over and then investigate that offense and any other offenses with which you may have been charged. Another very important thing an attorney can do is obviate any need for your appearance in court and prevent you from having to take time off work, school – or lose precious time with family – in the process of resolving your case.

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