Should I Tell My Employer?

If your employment requires that you advise your employer about your DWI arrest, then you should advise your employer about your arrest.

However, if you are not required to tell your employer about a DWI arrest, then you should strongly consider whether to reveal the fact that you were arrested. You have not been convicted of the charge, and, if you fight the charges against you, you may win your case.

Unnecessarily advising of a DWI arrest can cause significant complications at work.

If you are unsure of how to proceed on this or any issue concerning your DWI arrest and defense, please call Levow DWI Law, P.C. so that we may assist you.

Client Reviews
This firm is arguably the best representation money can buy. Highly adept and committed, Evan makes himself available all hours of the day to provide accurate and concise answers to any questions/concerns and put your mind at ease. I was highly satisfied with the results he and his team delivered. Worth every penny. T.N.
I express my utmost gratitude to Evan Levow. When I met Evan, I was charged with a DUI, with a prior DUI 10 years ago. Before that case was over, I unfortunately received another DUI, and was now facing 180 days in jail. In both cases, Evan got the DUI's dismissed! Evan and his team demonstrate knowledge, expertise, professionalism, perseverance, and much more. There is a passion for justice in this firm and I witnessed that "fire" in Evan. Thank You so much. F.C.
You dug through the facts of my case thoroughly and found all the errors that were made by the officers. From the breathalyzer error, to the observed time error, to my condition, to my foot failing the balance test, you dug out all the facts, and I am grateful for that. I am back to my career which is a bus driver and once again thank you. D.B.