Carmine R. Villani, Esq. is one of less than 50 New Jersey DWI attorneys trained by the manufacturer (Draeger Safety Diagnostics) to operate the Alcotest® 7110 MKIII-C breath testing device which is used to determine the blood alcohol content (BAC) of suspected motorists. The Draeger Alcotest® utilizes both infrared and electrochemical technology to obtain a BAC reading within a very small margin of error. Mr. Villani was also trained on how to give a New Jersey-specific breath test sequence and on how to integrate the various components with the device. This knowledge is extremely valuable in a New Jersey DWI or DUI defense, as proof of the proper procedures, calibration and maintenance must be presented by the State in order to obtain a conviction at your trial.
If you have been charged with a New Jersey DWI, New Jersey DUI or New Jersey refusal, Mr. Villani has the experience necessary to defend you in New Jersey municipal courts. Mr. Villani can prepare an excellent defense due to the fact that he is familiar with New Jersey law enforcement agencies, roadways, municipal court systems and experts. Retain the experience of Carmine R. Villani if you have been charged with DWI, DUI or refusal in New Jersey.
New Jersey DWI and New Jersey DUI offenses carry very serious penalties and can have long-lasting repercussions if the State succeeds in obtaining a conviction. The New Jersey legislature has recently made changes to the processing and charging of a motorist for DWI or DUI. Most notably, the State has moved away from using older, outdated “breathalyzers” to determine blood alcohol content (BAC). These breathalyzers had been in use since the 1950’s and have become obsolete in the wake of the new Draeger Alcotest® 7110 MKIII-C.
The Alcotest®, while extremely sensitive, uses a combination of electrochemical and infrared technology to take an accurate reading within a court mandated margin of error. Due to the fact that the Alcotest® is relatively new and very sensitive, there are many factors that can affect the outcome of a BAC analysis at trial. Having a New Jersey DWI defense lawyer trained on how to perform a New Jersey specific breath test is extremely valuable to your defense.
Contact the experienced New Jersey DWI lawyers of Villani & DeLuca, P.C. if you have been charged with a New Jersey DWI, New Jersey DUI or New Jersey refusal. Call 732-965-3350 today for a free initial consultation. We represent clients charged with DWI and related offenses in towns throughout Ocean County and Monmouth County, New Jersey.