4. Is the attorney you are considering committed to vigorously pursuing your case from the initial information intake, to representation in court, to resolution?
5. Does the NY traffic attorney you are considering have years of positive relationships, goodwill, and trust with the prosecutors, court personnel, and judges that may impact how your case is resolved? Will they willingly give him or her professional courtesy – even on difficult matters?
6. Is the attorney you are considering committed to maintaining quality communications with you, updating you when necessary, and willing to answer your questions so that you are fully aware of what is going on and all of your best options? Are they going to make themselves available to you?
7. If you are faced with losing your license or facing a traffic-related crime such as DWI or Aggravated Unlicensed Operation or other misdemeanors, does the attorney you are considering have a track record of working out favorable results such as being able to keep their clients out of jail, maintain their licenses, reduce points and save thousands in fines, fees, and future insurance increases?