I find that one of the major concerns my new clients have regarding their DWI/DUI case is whether or not they will lose their jobs. This is a common sense, realistic worry, especially in an economy where good jobs are scarce.
The first simple fact is that most people will not lose their job as a result of an arrest, however, there are complications with a DWI arrest and a failed breath test or a refusal that require an attorney to perform expert and delicate work. The immediate loss of your driving privileges after a DWI arrest can trigger significant difficulty from your employer. We can help with that.
As for losing your job after a conviction – that is on an employer by employer basis. But there are several types of jobs that having a DWI conviction can cause trouble for: teachers, doctors, nurses, truck drivers with a CDL, police officers, and those serving in the military.
We work diligently to protect our clients not just from the impact of a DWI arrest, but we also work to protect you from what may happen if you are convicted.
If you would like to learn more about who we are, and how we can help, give us a call at (518) 300-1331. Ask to speak to me, Eric Schillinger, I am a DWI Attorney in Albany who represents clients all across the state in these types of cases. Your call is confidential and without any obligation.