If you've been arrested for DUI/DWI in Rutland County, Vermont, including:
- Rutland City (County Seat)
- Rutland Town
- West Rutland
- Killington & Pico Ski Areas
- Fair Haven
What You Need To Know:
9 Merchant's Row
Rutland, VT 05701
Directions to Courthouse:
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Parking Information: Rutland Civil
Location: 83 Center Street, Rutland, VT, at the intersection of Court and Center Streets in Rutland, across from the Rutland Free Library.
Free parking is available in the West Street parking lot adjacent to the Grace Congregational Church. Please do not park in the parking spaces closest to the church marked by shrubs. Metered parking is also available on the streets in the vicinity of the Courthouse.
Parking Information: Rutland Criminal
Location: 9 Merchants Row, Rutland, VT
There is some parking located off of State Street behind the Probation and Parole Building. If there are no spaces there, please try the Transit Center on West Street. Please enter through the front door on Merchants Row.
Testimonials From Rutland County, VT Clients:
"I cannot thank Brad Myerson enough for helping me with my DUI case. After having dinner with close friends during a "girls" weekend at my home in Killington I was pulled over for a frivolous driving infraction and later found myself under arrest for suspicion of DUI..... I was very impressed that Mr. Myerson brought every detail to the table at my hearing and without even knowing the immediate outcome, I felt a sense of confidence that it would go well. Along with Mr. Myerson's professionalism came a sense of caring and understanding of how negatively this situation can impact the individual and their family. After five long months my case was dismissed and I would highly recommend Mr. Myerson's services."
—From a New Hampshire Client
"Brad Myerson was recommended to me by a friend in the legal system after I was pulled over and charged with DUI-1. Over the course of a year, and after many court dates, the civil suspension case was dropped, and the criminal case was lessened to a negligent operation charge. This outcome was achieved in a county where the State’s Attorney office had a firm policy against reducing civil DUI charges. I don’t intend to be a repeat customer, but I wouldn’t hesitate to work with Myerson Law Offices again.""
—From a Rutland, Vermont Client
" I can't thank you enough for all your hard work. You have done far more than what I thought would be possible in this case. My family and I will forever be grateful."
- From a Pennsylvania Client
"We cannot thank you enough for your support and expertise during his case. You were always willing to explain things to us many times over until we fully understood and you kept us informed regularly of any and all progress while remaining honest and managing our expectations. Your office staff was kind and provided us with copies of all documents in a timely manner. The end result for his case could not have been better and it never would have been possible if you hadn't asked about the situation thoroughly enough to challenge the case. A short email doesn't accurately express our gratitude for the outcome; please know we will recommend you should anyone we know have a similar situation because you acted on his behalf so well."
- From a Massachusetts Client
"After I was arrested for DUI with a BAC of 0.23, I felt a lot of guilt, shame, and remorse. I was also about to get a lifelong record that would cost a lot now and seriously disrupt my work and my future. I decided taking personal responsibility for this didn't mean letting the State decide my future, and so I searched for the best lawyer I could find who specialized in DUI's in Vermont, who would fight for me and who I could trust with the whole truth and with my families future. Choosing Bradley Myerson was one of the best decisions of my life. He examined every inch of my case for legal possibilities, challenged in court and won a suppression of the breath evidence, and then he negotiated a much reduced penalty that I can manage and live with. I feel that my family was given a second chance, thanks to Bradley Myerson."
- From a Lebanon, New Hampshire Client
Case Results From Rutland County:
Secured a Deferred sentence on the DUI charge (meaning that if client successfully completes 6 months probation, there will be no DUI conviction and license suspension) , and judgment for the operator in the Civil Suspension case, after arguing that the client was not in actual physical control of her vehicle at the time police arrived, that police had no right to "seize" the client's car, and that the officer interfered with the client's right to a 2nd breath test.
Secured a Judgment suppressing all evidence and for the Operator in the Civil Suspension case, on grounds that the arresting officer lacked reasonable suspicion to stop the client for allegedly making a wide right turn at a busy intersection.
November, 2015, affirmed on Appeal June 2016
Secured a Reduction of a DUI Second Offense to Grossly Negligent Driving and Judgment for the Operator in the Civil Suspension, (saving the client from an 18 month license suspension and possible incarceration), after arguing that the arresting officer interfered with the client's right to an independent blood test.
Secured a Dismissal of One DUI Charge, Reduction of a Second DUI Charge to Grossly Negligent Driving, and Judgment for the Operator in both Civil Suspension Case, (saving the client from an 18 month suspension and possible incarceration), where the client had been arrested for separate DUI's 30 days apart, after arguing in both cases that the client was arrested without probable cause of driving under the influence, and also that there was no probable cause to request a breath test.
Secured a Dismissal by the Court of Civil Suspension Charges, which resulted in the State dismissing the related DWI charge, where the client's breath test result was .12% BAC;
Secured a Suppression of the Breath Test, resulting in a reduced charge of Negligent Operation and dismissal of the Civil Suspension, where the breath test results were 0.233% and 0.219%, on grounds that the arresting officer failed to honor the client's request for an independent blood sample.
Secured a Judgment in Favor of the Operator on the Civil Suspension Proceeding, and secured a Reduced Charge of Negligent Operation, after testimony by the defense chemist convinced the Court that the client's true blood alcohol level was below 0.08% at the time she was stopped.