If you are a regular television viewer you see businessmen and women taking extended lunch breaks and returning to their office after a few drinks. And, depending on the show, you see the actors pull the alcohol from a wet bar they have in one corner of their lavishly decorated upscale office. However, the reality is if you partake of alcohol while on the job, you are going to find yourself without a job at all. If you find yourself in a situation where you’ve been accused of partaking of substances prohibited by your job, you may need a Suffolk County Criminal Lawyer to help regain your position and your reputation.
And, if your job is one as an educator or administrator in a local school system then you know the repercussions of returning to school anywhere with even the slightest hint of alcohol on your breath. One victim in Brooklyn was a principal who was accused of being drunk on the job by an anonymous source. When this principal was facing the closing of his school and re-assignment due to poor performance, allegations from months ago surfaced. The school system states emphatically that there is no relation between the closing of the school and the accusations. Students and parents alike are adamant that they have never seen behavior in their principal that was inappropriate and most were disappointed to even hear that allegations of alcohol use during school hours had been made.
If you or someone you know is incarcerated or being held on charges you are defiantly in need of assistance from a Suffolk County Criminal Lawyer.
The firm of Stephen Bilkis & Associates and its New York Criminal Lawyers and convenient locations in the New York Area including Plainedge, NY can be very helpful to you if you find yourself involved in a criminal prosecution. Facing charges without a New York Criminal Lawyer is a losing option.