Carmel DWI Lawyer

Representing Clients Across Putnam & Westchester Counties

Being charged with a DWI, DUI, or DWAI is a stressful and frightening experience. You must act swiftly and decisively to ensure that you give your case every chance at success, and understanding how to handle the complexities of your case can be difficult even in the best of circumstances.

Fortunately, the highly skilled Carmel DWI lawyer at The Law Office of Keith R. Murphy can assist you, helping you navigate the charges they face with professionalism and integrity. The firm handles cases for clients from all over Putnam and Westchester counties.

No One-Size-Fits-All Approach

Attorney Keith Murphy is a firm believer in providing individualized, tailored assistance for each client. No two clients are identical, nor are the cases they bring precisely alike. This means that the legal strategy brought to support each case must likewise be uniquely designed to account for each case's individual strengths and weaknesses.

Attorney Murphy so values client input and open communication that clients are welcomed to contact the firm 24/7 with questions and concerns, all of which will be answered promptly no matter what time of day.

Call The Law Office of Keith R. Murphy today at (845) 584-7033 for a free consultation.

Excellence. Diligence. Integrity.

  • Offering Free Consultations
  • Available for Clients 24/7
  • Providing Tailored Assistance for Your Case
  • Proudly Serving Putnam & Westchester Counties
  • Specializing in DWI Related Cases

Always on Your Side.
No Matter What.

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We are a full-service criminal defense law firm that handles a broad range of DWI matters in Westchester and Putnam counties.

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