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DWI Lawyers in Manalapan NJ

Charged With DUI? Get Help From a DUI Lawyer

New Jersey takes driving under the influence seriously. The the punishments for a conviction for DUI and DWI can be intense. You should contact DWI lawyers in Manalapan if you or someone you know was recently charged with drunk driving. A strong legal defense designed by a NJ DWI lawyer will give you the best chance.
In the event of a charge for driving while intoxicated, attorneys from Villani & DeLuca can help. Our attorneys know and understand the subtleties of DUI law and they have the track record to prove it. A conviction can change your future for the worse, but NJ DUI attorneys can change it for the better.

What are the DWI laws in New Jersey?

If you were recently pulled over at a DWI checkpoint or stopped by police for suspicion of drunk driving, you may currently be facing serious DUI allegations. Law enforcement is authorized to request a field sobriety test if there is reasonable cause to think that you may be driving drunk. If there is probable cause, a police officer may also ask you to take part in the Alcotest®. You are not allowed to drive with a blood alcohol content reading that exceeds 0.08%.

Get an Experienced Lawyer for Your DWI Charge

Villani & DeLuca, P.C. is a DWI law firm in New Jersey that has years of wide-ranging defense of clients who were accused of driving under the influence of drugs and alcohol. Partner Carmine Villani Esq. is a leading lawyer in NJ DUI defense. Mr. Villani has been fighting for clients with DWI charges since Villani & DeLuca opened its doors in 1996.

Attorneys With Alcotest® and Breathalyzer Training

just a small number of lawyers in NJ have been trained in the Draeger Alcotest® 7110, but Mr. Villani is one of those lawyers. NJ law enforcement has stopped using the traditional Breathalyzer and currently uses the Draeger Alcotest® 7110, which is designed to detect blood alcohol levels more precisely.

Understanding the Standardized Field Sobriety Test (SFST)

Law enforcement is authorized to use the standardized field sobriety test (SFST) on drivers suspected of drunken driving or of having other substance-related impairments. A test is only admissible if they follow the exact, standardized method of implementation.

Drug-Related DUI Arrests

If a police officer believes that a driver is driving under the influence of a substance other than alcohol, he or she will use the drug recognition evaluation (DRE) to validate the suspicion. Errors do happen when an officer uses the DRE to make sure a driver is doing drugs and driving. If a wrong step has actually occurred, your lawyer can fight the charges on the grounds that the drug recognition evaluation was not performed properly. Villani & DeLuca DUI attorneys are skilled in exposing bad results in order to protect the rights of clients.

Charges and Penalties New Jersey DUI Attorneys Will Fight

If you are convicted of driving while intoxicated, you will face the suspension of a license as well as a maximum fine of $1,000. You may also be required to drive with an interlock ignition device after your license has been reinstated. Multiple DUI arrests and a high blood alcohol level will lead to more severe consequences.
Were you incorrectly charged with DWI in Manalapan, New Jersey? Inaccurate BAC levels occur because of many different factors. If you think it is possible that you were falsely accused, hire Villani & DeLuca to begin working for you now.

Breath Test Refusal

New Jersey has an implied consent law, requiring drivers to submit to a breath test if there is suspicion of drunken driving or driving under the influence of drugs. Refusing to take a breath test has tough consequences in New Jersey, with a first offense of breath test refusal resulting in a suspension of a license for at least a seven-month period. Drivers who are responsible for refusing a breath test can be subject to steeper penalties than drivers convicted of a DUI with a BAC reading of 0.10% or more.
Did an officer request that you take a a breath test without first making sure there was probable cause? It is illegal to force a person to take a breath test if he or she was told to use a Breathalyzer without probable cause. You can fight your charges on the basis that the officer who arrested you never truly established probable cause.

How DWI Checkpoints Work in NJ

You are required by law to provide certain information to law enforcement in the event of a DWI checkpoint. But, you don't have to provide information for questions aside from basic information like your name and address. Also, your trunk should not be searched without a warrant.
Were you abused at a DWI road block that led to charges for driving while intoxicated? There are certain restrictions on representatives of the law and procedures that must be honored.

Call Villani & DeLuca DWI Lawyers Today

Our goal as DWI attorneys has stayed unchanged since we opened in 1996: Fighting for the rights of our clients. If you are interested in beating your DWI charges in Manalapan, New Jersey, let Villani & DeLuca know. Our lawyers want to have your charges dismissed. A DUI can effect your life.
We are ready to assist any time of the day and every day of the year. Call (732) 709-7757 to have a consultation with an attorney, free of charge.

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