If I Was Drinking And Driving Shouldn’t I Just Go To Court And Plead Guilty?
No, absolutely not. The New York State and Federal Constitutions afford you many protections and rights.
Among those protections are that you are presumed innocent and the burden of proof is on the prosecutor to prove, if they can, each and every element of the DWI/DUI charge.
If they fail to prove each and every element of the charge to the satisfaction of a jury, then the presumption of innocence remains intact and you will be found not guilty.