Second DWI Lawyer Guilderland

A criminal defense attorney serves a key role in safeguarding the rights of the defendant in the criminal justice system. They make sure their clients receive a fair and speedy trial, as provided by the fundamental protections outlined in the U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights. The Law Office of Gregory P. Garofalo counsels each client through all stages of the proceedings, so they can make informed decisions and fully contribute to building their defense strategy. With a focus on second dwi law, The Law Office of Gregory P. Garofalo is dedicated to defending those accused or arrested of a second dwi offense through the Guilderland area.

The Law Office of Gregory P. Garofalo believes that the role of a lawyer is to vigorously defend your interests against the interest of the prosecutors in securing a conviction. The presumption of innocence requires that the prosecution produce evidence of guilt beyond a reasonable doubt. The Law Office of Gregory P. Garofalo will do everything possible to ensure your voice is heard and you receive a fair trial.

The Law Office of Gregory P. Garofalo is dedicated to defending clients throughout the Guilderland area that is accused of a second dwi charge, and strives to achieve the best possible results for each client. The Law Office of Gregory P. Garofalo values a strong attorney-client relationship build off of trust, honesty, and integrity. With many years representing numerous of clients with their second dwi case, The Law Office of Gregory P. Garofalo wants to help you too.

The Law Office of Gregory P. Garofalo is here to represent Guilderland clients who have been accused or arrested with a second dwi charge. If you or a loved one needs guidance and advocacy in a second dwi case, call The Law Office of Gregory P. Garofalo today to schedule a consultation at (518) 584-1557. The firm proudly offers your initial consultation free with no-obligation.

The Law Office of Gregory P. Garofalo
480 Broadway
LL-15
Saratoga Springs, NY 12866
(518) 584-1557