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Anelli Xavier Reviews
Hi, I’m Tom Anelli, Senior Attorney and Partner with Anelli Xavier Law Firm. If you or anyone you know has been charged with a DWI in New York State, I want to share why working with Anelli Xavier is a great choice during this difficult time. I could sit and here tell you why we are good…that our firms focuses on DWI, our past experience, and more, but we’ve done enough talking lately.We’re now asking our past clients to do all of the talking. Our Anelli Xavier reviews, comments, and testimonials truly prove that our results speak for themselves.
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Anelli Xavier Results
Although the results of actual cases are displayed, Anelli Xavier cannot represent such results to be indicative of those that may be obtained in any particular case.
People vs. J.W. In this case our client was a veteran in the U.S. Military. He had been out with some friends having drinks and on his way home drove into a ditch. From there he started walking home. While walking he got a call from the police where he admitted to being in the accident and gave the officers his address. He was ultimately charged with two misdemeanor counts of DWI after allegedly blowing a .09 BAC. The client was concerned about his security clearance and his career. We were able to convince the ADA to offer a plea to driving across the hazard markings and leaving the scene tickets, emphasizing that our client was very cooperative and in fact directed the officers to him. His low BAC and our extensive work to help this client allowed him to avoid and alcohol conviction and continue serving our country without any additional ramifications.
People v.s R.W. Client was involved in an accident on his motorcycle while he was on a charity ride. Client had an injury to his toe and had to be hospitalized. At the hospital, client had his blood drawn. The blood ultimately came back at a .13. Client was charged with two counts of misdemeanor DWI. Due to intense negotiations with the ADA handling the case, we were able to avoid having the client’s license suspended while we were attempting to negotiate a disposition. Eventually we were able to negotiate a DWAI plea. This was an excellent result for the client as it resulted in client not having to plea to a misdemeanor. It also was due to our extensive work on the case that we were able to get the ADA to go outside of the county policy. Typically the ADA would not reduce a DWI charge where there was an accident or where there was a prior DWAI conviction. In this case we were able to get the result we needed even though there was an accident and our client had previously been convicted or DWAI by showing the ADA the weaknesses of the case.
People vs. J.S. Our client in this case has had ongoing issues of PTSD due to his military service. These issues facilitated his making a poor choice to drink and drive, he was ultimately stopped and arrested at a roadblock. Our client had a previous DWAI so it was the DA’s policy to not reduce this charge as it was his second offense. Our team wanted to help our client with not only his mental issues but to avoid a criminal conviction. We helped our client get into some intensive counseling that was specific to his PTSD and his military service. Through such counseling and treatment, our client was able to demonstrated that in dealing with his ongoing issues he was taking this matter seriously and that it should not be an issue for him in future. Our team was able to demonstrate these factors to the ADA and show that while our client had made poor decisions, he was particularly deserving of some consideration due to his service of our country. We were able to persuade the prosecutor to deviate from the policy and give our client another chance to avoid being labeled as a criminal. The hard work of our team and our client made it possible for him to plead to the non criminal violation of DWAI. Without the extra efforts of our team and client he could have ended up in a much worse situation.
People vs. N.W. Our client was charged with speeding (88 in a 65) and a DWAI due to having a .07 BAC level according to the breath test. In this case our team of attorneys knew that the situation was much different for our client given that she had a New Jersey license. Even though her BAC was relatively low, a typical DWAI offer would not help our client as it could result in up to a two year suspension of her driving privileges in New Jersey. It took many lengthy conversations with the ADA handling the case but we were able to negotiate a disposition that allowed our client to two violations that were unrelated to speed and alcohol. The allowed our client to avoid any potential consequences to her license in NJ, escape with minimal fines, and no criminal record.
People vs. C.C. In this case our client was charged with boating while intoxicated, boating while above a .08, and reckless operation. The client was alleged to have been operating a boat while his BAC was a .19. The client insisted that it was not he who was driving the boat at the time that they were stopped by law enforcement. We told the prosecutor the client’s version of the events and provided him with an affidavit by another person on the boat who claimed they were driving the boat. Given the difficulties in the case the prosecutor agreed to an adjournment in contemplation of dismissal (ACOD). This allowed our client to avoid any penalties whatsoever. As long as he gets in not further trouble with the law during the next 6 months the case against him will be dismissed in its entirety.
People vs. M.M We were retained by a client who had blown into the interlock device on his vehicle and registered a .10. The DA’s office wanted the client violated on his previous conviction which included a conditional discharge. We argued to the judge and the ADA that the client actually was not in violation of any condition of his previous plea. The condition was that he have the interlock installed, which he did. There was no condition that he not drink or that he pass each time he blew into the interlock device. The judge agreed with our argument and kept our client on the original conditions. This allowed our client to avoid probation or jail, which could have resulted from a violation of the conditional discharge. By knowing the law and being able to apply it to this specific case our client received no new consequences due to his error in judgment.
People vs. J.H. Client charged twice in 4 months, in both situations we were able to plead client out to non-alcohol/non-criminal offenses. In the 2nd charge we took the case to trial, just before the trial we tried one last push based on the facts and circumstances of the case to get a non-alcohol/non-criminal offenses. The ADA went to speak with the officer after this conference and at this point the ADA agreed to drop the case and have the client plead guilty to “following to closely”.
People vs. E.B.Our client was involved in a head-on collision and charged with DWI. In light of her prior DWAI conviction, she faced possible jail time and revocation of her driver license. Our efforts on her behalf yielded a result that pleased the client and her husband. She pleaded guilty to the reduced count of DWAI and a traffic violation, and she avoided the more serious penalties allowed by law.
People vs. J.H. Our client was charged with DWAI while a prior DWAI charge was still pending. However, we were still able to leverage doubts regarding the proofs of intoxication used against our client, and he pleaded to a lesser non-alcohol related charge. Our client did not serve any jail time and retained his license.
People vs. W.L. Our client was charged with DWI. Despite a recent DWAI conviction, we were able to negotiate a plea to a reduced DWAI charge. Our client was not required to serve any jail time.
People vs. C.M. Our client was charged with DWI. Because he earned his living with his commercial driver license, it was critical we avoid revocation of his license. This goal was achieved when our client pled to a reduced charge, paid a small fine, and went back to work.View Additional Case Results
Anelli Xavier Testimonials
Below are recent testimonials, used directly from our case follow-up surveys. If you’d like to learn more today, call us 1-888-515-5302.
People vs. R.M.
“Very satisfied! That I was very satisfied with my representation, especially the attorney that I had.
People vs. S.H.
Evans Mills, NY
I am new to NY State and am not aware of the exact laws. They were broken down to me as well as the offenses so that I was able to understand them and get the information that I needed. It’s a great company that will help you get what you need, at a decent price and quick.”
People vs. D.W
North Syracuse, NY
“I appreciated how someone always got back to me promptly with any questions I had. Thank you!”
People vs. C.C.
“I am happy to say that they helped me out.”
People vs. U.K.
“My attorney is very knowledgeable. Staff is very friendly and responds quickly to questions. I had a very good representation.”
People vs. C.D.
“The best part about the representation that Anelli Xavier provided for me was that I was able to get my DWI lowered to an DWAI, which will reveal to be extremely beneficial towards my future.”
People vs. L.W.
“It was a pleasure meeting and having my attorney help me. She made me feel very comfortable, and she was very pleasant, knowledgeable, and explained the facts to me which made it easy to understand.”
People vs. D.S.
“The legal team was always completely prepared for the hearings. They also prepared me for the hearings. I really felt as though they really cared about the outcome and about me. Although this was one of the most horrible things I’ve had to go through, I always felt confident that the team would get the best possible outcome. I just want to thank Anelli Xavier for helping me get through this tough time and for representing me. Also, it helped very much to be able to make payments for your services. I would not have been able to get as good of representation had you not offered this to us. It is greatly appreciated.”
People vs. T.B.
“The communication I received was far better than I had ever expected. In the past, I had found attorneys very difficult to get a hold of, or get answers from. I believe that I received the best possible representation possible, when dealing with the court I was in. I saw many other attorneys get shot down for similar requests, which my attorney did not.
People vs. C.F.
“They are an amazing legal team!”
People vs. C.H.
“It was clearly apparent in the first few minutes after speaking with my attorney, that he was viewing my situation from every aspect in order to safeguard my best interest. I would encourage a family member to use Anelli Xavier. I was very pleased with my representation and thank you for help!”View Additional Case Testimonials
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