Edward L. Fiandach

Edward L. Fiandach

100 Allens Creek Rd Ste 100
Rochester, NY 14618

Phone: 585-244-8910

Website: http://www.nydwi.com

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About Edward L. Fiandach

BOARD CERTIFIED BY THE NATIONAL COLLEGE FOR DUI DEFENSE-1999 BOARD OF REGENTS – 1997-2005 DEAN OF THE NATIONAL COLLEGE FOR DUI DEFENSE – 2006-2007 Practicing attorney representing individuals charged with DWI/DUI. Author of NY Driving While Intoxicated, Lawyers Cooperative Publishing, 1992; 1,200 pages pertaining to DWI enforcement and defense in New York. Author of NY Driving While Intoxicated 2d 2 vols 1996, WestGroup, 2,400 pages pertaining to DWI enforcement and defense in NY. Author of Handling Drunk Driving Cases 2d 1995, WestGroup, 2 vols extensive national treatment of DUI detection, enforcement and defense. Author/editor, Fiandach’s New York DWI Bulletin, MTC Publications, a monthly newsletter focusing on legal issues pertaining to New York DWI. Assistant adjunct professor, University of Rochester teaching Constitutional Law and Criminal Procedure. Author of over 200 articles pertaining to DWI/DUI enforcement and has given over 300 lectures on DWI defense for groups such as New York Assn of Criminal Defense Lawyers as well as the New York State Bar Association, NCDD, National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and other state and local bar associations.

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