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Charged With DUI? Get Assistance From a DWI Attorney

Protecting yourself from unjust DUI allegations is extremely important. The repercussions for DUI are steep. DWI convictions can harm your record and will prompt a suspension of your driver's license and hefty fines. Get help from an experienced New Jersey DUI attorney to protect your freedoms today.
In the event of a charge for driving while intoxicated, lawyers from Villani & DeLuca can assist you. Our lawyers know and understand the intricacies of DUI law and they have the background to prove it. A conviction might affect your life in a negative way, but NJ DWI attorneys can change it for the better.

Know the DUI Laws in NJ

If a police officer thinks that somebody who has been pulled over is beyond the legal limit, he or she might check the driver with a standardized field sobriety test (SFST and a blood alcohol level of 0.08% or more. A person with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) percentage of 0.08% or higher is considered legally intoxicated in the state of New Jersey and if pulled over while driving, will be charged with a DUI charge.

Experience Matters When Picking A DUI Lawyer

Would you like assistance fighting a DWI in New Jersey? Ask partner Carmine Villani, Esq. to establish your defense plan. Mr. Villani has been beating DUI allegations with Villani & DeLuca since 1996 and is a member of the National College of DWI Defense. The legal defense team at Villani & DeLuca strives to have DWI charges reduced or dropped for our clients.

Alcotest® and Breathalyzer Training

Carmine Villani is one of a elite group of DWI lawyers in New Jersey trained in both the Draeger Alcotest® 7110 and the previously used Breathalyzer. The Alcotest® is the official breath test used by police in NJ.

Standardized Field Sobriety Testing

You must comply with an officer who has requested that you take the standardized field sobriety test (SFST) if the officer has reason to believe you are intoxicated and shouldn't be driving. A test is only trustworthy if officers follow the exact, standardized method of conducting it.

Drug-Related DUI Arrests

If a police officerthinks that a driver is operating a vehicle under the influence of drugs, he or she will implement the drug recognition evaluation (DRE) to validate the suspicion. But,, much like with the standardized field sobriety test, mistakes are sometimes made during an arrest. When these mistakes occur, you need a lawyer familiar with DRE defending you. Villani & DeLuca will look for errors that may have happened during your arrest to protect your rights.

Fighting Charges With a New Jersey DWI Lawyer

The penalties associated with DUI are not small. You can lose your license for an extended period of time and face a fine of up to $1,000. Bigger DWI penalties and fines take place if you have been previously convicted for driving while intoxicated.
Were you falsely charged with DUI in Aberdeen, New Jersey? False BAC levels occur because of various factors. If you think you have been falsely accused, hire Villani & DeLuca to get working for you today.

Breath Test Refusal

The implied consent law that is enforced by law enforcement in NJ dictates that you don't have the right to say no to a breath test if probable cause has been proven first. Turning down a breath test will produce refusal charges as well as an arrest. Charges that can come from a refusal are in certain ways more punishing than charges that occur from a DUI conviction.
If you were pulled over under suspicion of drunk driving, a police officer must have probable cause in order to administer a breath test. If a police officer was not able to establish probable cause, you will have a good case to make against your DUI charges.

How DWI Checkpoints Work in NJ

You are required by law to provide certain information to officers in the event of a DUI checkpoint. But, you do not have to answer questions other than basic information such as your given name and address. Also, your trunk should not be searched without a warrant.
The way in which officers manage your rights during DUI checkpoints will deeply influence a trial. A qualified attorney will be able to inform you whether you were treated appropriately at a DUI road block.

Get in Touch With Our DUI Attorneys at Villani & DeLuca

Since Villani & DeLuca was founded in 1996, our DUI attorneys have been fighting defendants like you. Know somebody who has been charged with DWI in Aberdeen, New Jersey? Tell them to contact Villani & DeLuca. It's pertinent that you are aware what your rights are when facing serious, life-changing charges like DWIs and DUIs. Get help from a lawyer who has experience in DUI law.
If you need a DUI attorney, dial (732) 709-7757 any time of day for a free consultation with a lawyer from Villani & DeLuca.

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